Koninklijke Vopak traded at 24.51 this Tuesday June 28th, increasing 0.11 or 0.45 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Koninklijke Vopak gained 9.15 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 36.14 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Koninklijke Vopak to be priced at 22.20 by the end of this quarter and at 20.03 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

Stock Price
24.51
Daily Change
0.45%
Yearly
-36.14%

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Peers Price Day Year
Ackermans & Van Haar 145.80 0.30 0.21% 2.03%
American Shipping Company 41.25 0.70 1.73% 35.25%
Belships 20.25 -0.25 -1.22% 47.81%
Boskalis 32.02 0.02 0.06% 17.81%
Bpost 5.70 -0.01 -0.09% -44.23%
Deutsche Post 36.08 -0.44 -1.21% -38.36%
Eni Group 11.50 0.07 0.61% 11.24%
Galp 11.82 0.36 3.10% 26.53%
Österreichische Post 27.75 -0.05 -0.18% -38.88%
Royal Dutch Shell 2,177.00 64.50 3.05% 50.26%
Repsol 14.22 0.41 2.97% 33.05%
SBM Offshore 13.17 -0.15 -1.09% 1.98%
Equinor ASA 346.75 12.75 3.82% 90.48%
Tullow Oil 49.80 0.74 1.51% -17.28%
Koninklijke Vopak 24.51 0.11 0.45% -36.14%

Indexes Price Day Year
NL25 664 -1.52 -0.23% -9.56%

Koninklijke Vopak
Koninklijke Vopak NV is a company based in the Netherlands engaged in the storage and handling of oil products, liquid chemicals, gases, bio fuels and vegetable oils. The Company offers storage and transshipment solutions at 74 tank terminals in 27 countries. The Company is organized into four regional divisions and a separate global business unit for managing and developing LNG terminals and projects, namely Netherlands; Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA); Asia; Americas; and Global LNG. The terminals are integrated into chemical complexes or refineries and support local logistics, as well as import and export activities. The Company offers services to support the logistics chain of chemical and oil industries, including tanker shipping and warehousing.