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C. Mer Industries Ltd. Company Snapshot
C. Mer Industries Ltd. operates in the Water, sewer, and utility lines sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares C. Mer Industries Ltd. with three other road and highway construction companies in Middle East: Nextcom Ltd. (2016 sales of 209.07 million Israel Shekels [US$59.36 million] ), Oman National Engineering & Investment Company SAOG of Oman (37.87 million Omani Rials [US$98.36 million] ), and Baran Group Limited (573.18 million Israel Shekels [US$162.74 million] ).

Sales Analysis. C. Mer Industries Ltd. reported sales of 623.61 million Israel Shekels (US$177.06 million) for the year ending December of 2016. This represents a decrease of 21.5% versus 2015, when the company's sales were 794.19 million Israel Shekels.
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  Stock Performance Chart for C. Mer Industries Ltd.
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (9/14/2017): 24.73
(Figures in Israel Shekels)
1 Week 1.1%   13 Weeks 0.5%  
4 Weeks 0.5%   52 Weeks -11.2%  
C. Mer Industries Ltd. Key Data:
  Ticker: CMER Country: Israel
  Exchanges: TEL Major Industry: Capital Goods
    Sub Industry: Water, Sewer, & Utility Lines
  2016 Sales 623,612,000
(Year Ending Jan 2017).
Employees: 1,255
  Currency: Israel Shekels Market Cap: 268,583,182
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 10,860,622
  Share Type: Closely Held Shares: 5,027,272
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