Impol Seval ad Sevojno traded at 4,500.00 this Friday July 1st, decreasing 209.00 or 4.44 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Impol Seval ad Sevojno lost 2.62 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price rose by 30.43 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Impol Seval ad Sevojno to be priced at 4,431.15 by the end of this quarter and at 4,230.86 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.


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Peers Price Day Year
Impol Seval ad Sevojno 4,500.00 -209.00 -4.44% 30.43%

Indexes Price Day Year
BELEX 15 836 -7.63 -0.90% 8.07%

Impol Seval ad Sevojno
Impol Seval ad Sevojno is a Serbia-based company principally engaged in the aluminum industry. Its products range includes hot rolled plates and coils; uncolored, colored, embossed and ribbed cold rolled coils, and uncolored, colored, embossed and ribbed sheets. These products are made of pure aluminum and aluminum alloys with magnesium and manganese, and are used in the building construction, automotive industry, packing containers industry, electrical industry, agriculture, printing industry and camping equipment. In addition, the Company provides a number of repair and maintenance services. As of December 31, 2011, the Company operated throughout four wholly owned subsidiaries, Impol Seval Tehnika doo, Impol Seval Final doo, Impol Seval PKC doo and Impol Seval President doo, engaged in hotel industry. The Company's parent entity was Impol doo Slovenska Bistrica, based in Slovenia, holding a 70% stake in the capital.