Sika


Sika goes bargain hunting with Parex but disappoints on FY18 EBIT guidance

08/01/19 -"Sika goes bargain hunting by acquiring Parex for 8.5x EV/pro forma 2019 EBITDA after synergies, whereas Sika trades at c.15x EV/EBITDA but disappoints on FY18 EBIT guidance as it expects ..."

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Published on
08/01/19
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