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Novolog Pharm Up 1966 Ltd Company Snapshot
Novolog Pharm Up 1966 Ltd operates within the Management consulting services sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Novolog Pharm Up 1966 Ltd with three other miscellaneous service companies in Middle East: Human Soft Holding Company KSCP of Kuwait (2017 sales of 61.80 million Kuwaiti Dinars [US$205.99 million] of which 95% was Higher Education), Al Khaleej Training And Education Company of Saudi Arabia (709.99 million Saudi Riyals [US$189.33 million] of which 39% was Communication Sector), and Kamada Limited (367.19 million Israel Shekels [US$104.53 million] of which 77% was Industrial).

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  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (4/17/2018): 1.55
(Figures in Israel Shekels)
1 Week 3.4%   13 Weeks 1.2%  
4 Weeks -2.1%   52 Weeks -9.2%  
 
Novolog Pharm Up 1966 Ltd Key Data:
  Ticker: NVLG Country: Israel
  Exchanges: TEL Major Industry: Commercial Services & Supplies
    Sub Industry: Management Consulting Services
  2017 Sales 839,837,000
(Year Ending Jan 2018).
Employees: 491
  Currency: Israel Shekels Market Cap: 543,200,000
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 350,000,000
  Share Type: Ordinary Closely Held Shares: 122,675,000
 
 
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