Computershare: Interim result 2015

The strong US dollar has put pressure on Computershare's US dollar reported results, but Australian investors will make that back and more in translation to Aussie dollars.

It hasn’t been among the more obvious moves on the sharemarket in the past six months, but Computershare has suffered a sharp derating all the same. Although the stock has fallen only 2% since the company released its 2014 results last August (see Computershare: Result 2014 on 13 Aug 14 (Hold – $12.04)), its forward price-earnings ratio (PER) has shrunk from 18 to 15 – while the PER on the overall market has risen.



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