Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Price to Free Cash Flow Ratio 2013-2023 | MTLHY

Historical price to free cash flow ratio values for Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings (MTLHY) since 2013. For more information on how our historical price data is adjusted see the Stock Price Adjustment Guide.
Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Price to Free Cash Flow Ratio Historical Data
Date Stock Price TTM FCF per Share Price to FCF Ratio
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Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Basic Materials Chemicals - Diversified $8.575B $34.305B
Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation engages in the production and sale of various chemical, healthcare, and performance products primarily in Japan. The company's Electronics Applications segment offers optical recording media, display materials, and polyester films. Its Designed Materials segment engages in the business related to aluminum composite materials, sales of construction and industrial materials, plastic shrinkable labels for PET bottles and heat shrinkable tubes. The company's Health Care segment is involved in businesses related to chemicals and related products, manufacture and sale of pharmaceuticals, clinical testing and diagnostics. Its Chemicals segment engages in the businesses of industrial and specialty chemicals, nonionic surfactants, glycol ethers, and fine chemicals. The company's Polymers segment's businesses comprise activities in the areas of PET, polyethylene, and nylon resins for automotive industry. Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.
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