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Seafarms Group Ltd Company Snapshot
Seafarms Group Ltd operates in the Animal aquaculture sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Seafarms Group Ltd with three other fisheries and seafood processors in Australasia: Murray Cod Australia Ltd (2018 sales of 2.30 million Australian Dollars [US$1.66 million] ), Seadragon Ltd of New Zealand (3.03 million New Zealand Dollars [US$2.08 million] ), and Clean Seas Seafood Ltd (41.65 million Australian Dollars [US$30.01 million] ).

Sales Analysis. Seafarms Group Ltd reported sales of A$35.05 million (US$25.25 million) for the fiscal year ending June of 2018. This represents a decrease of 1.9% versus 2017, when the company's sales were A$35.74 million.
   
   
 
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  Stock Performance Chart for Seafarms Group Ltd
 
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (12/7/2018): .12
(Figures in Australian Dollars)
1 Week 15.0%   13 Weeks -8.0%  
4 Weeks -25.8%   52 Weeks 79.7%  
 
Seafarms Group Ltd Key Data:
  Ticker: SFG Country: Australia
  Exchanges: OTC Major Industry: Food, Beverage & Tobacco
    Sub Industry: Animal Aquaculture
  2018 Sales 35,051,906
(Year Ending Jan 2019).
Employees: 12
  Currency: Australian Dollars Market Cap: 162,964,740
  Fiscal Yr Ends: June Shares Outstanding: 1,417,084,698
  Share Type: Ordinary Closely Held Shares: 919,018,141
 
 
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