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Last close prices updated as of Jun 02, 2023, 5:35 PM CET | EUR
  • Last Close 107.02
  • Sector Industrials
  • Industry Engineering & Construction
  • Investment Style Large Blend
  • Day Range 106.64  –  107.84
  • Year Range 80.84  –  112.40
  • Market Cap 60.7026 Bil
  • Volume / Avg 797,831.0 /  906,980.5
  • Price / Sales 0.98
  • Price / Book 2.35
  • Forward Div Yield 3.74%
  • Trailing Div Yield 1.77%

Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis DG

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Vinci: Impressive First-Quarter Revenue Growth Supported by Ongoing Recovery in Airport Passengers

Matthew Donen Equity Analyst

Analyst Note

| Matthew Donen |

Narrow-moat Vinci reported impressive organic revenue growth of 14% during the first quarter, highlighting the defensive characteristics of the business. Growth was broad-based across operating segments, however, the ongoing recovery in passenger numbers across its airports, albeit still 12% below prepandemic levels, continues to outperform the remainder of the business. Its more cyclical construction segment has remained largely shielded from higher interest rates for the time being, due to its involvement in numerous major infrastructure projects and a healthy order backlog. Management confirmed guidance provided at the end of 2022. Shares are trading at a slight discount to our EUR 116 fair value estimate, which we maintain.

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Company Profile DG

Business Description

Vinci is one of the world’s largest investors in transport infrastructure. Significant concession assets include 4,400 kilometers of toll roads in France and 65 airports across 12 countries, making Vinci the world’s largest airport operator in terms of managed passenger numbers. The concession’s business contributes less than one fifth of group revenue but the majority of operating profit. Vinci’s contracting business provides a broad variety of engineering and construction services.

1973, Boulevard de la Defense, CS 10268, Nanterre Cedex
Paris, 92757, FRA
Industry Engineering & Construction
Employees 265,303

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Vinci SA




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+$0.56 (0.52%) +$0.23 (0.76%) −$0.01 (0.16%) +$0.10 (0.07%)
Market Cap
60.70 Bil11.32 Bil9.26 Bil22.03 Bil
Engineering & Construction Engineering & Construction Infrastructure Operations Airports & Air Services

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FAQs for Vinci SA Stock

Yes. DG has a forward dividend yield of 3.74%. See DG’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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DG’s market cap is 60.70 Bil.
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DG’s stock style is Large Core.
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DG’s price/sales is 0.98.
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DG’s price/forward earnings is 14.33.
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DG’s price/book is 2.33.
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