Mota Engil traded at 1.23 this Friday August 12th, decreasing 0.01 or 1.13 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Mota Engil lost 2.17 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 8.51 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Mota Engil to be priced at 1.19 by the end of this quarter and at 1.09 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

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Peers Price Day Year
Grupo ACS 23.98 0.06 0.25% 2.13%
AF Gruppen 172.00 0.20 0.12% -7.63%
Boskalis 32.48 0.02 0.06% 19.24%
Mota Engil 1.23 -0.01 -1.13% -8.51%
Gek Terna Holding 9.50 -0.17 -1.76% -0.21%
Jeronimo Martins 22.42 -0.08 -0.36% 27.79%
Martifer 1.27 -0.01 -0.78% 115.99%
Sonae 1.04 0.001 0.10% 17.94%
Teixeira Duarte 0.09 -0.0004 -0.46% -14.43%
YIT 3.45 0.03 1.00% -31.27%

Indexes Price Day Year
PSI 20 6168 -71.48 -1.15% 18.13%
PSI Geral 4809 -66.30 -1.36% 23.84%

Mota Engil
Mota Engil SGPS SA is a Portugal-based company primarily engaged in the construction industry. The Company divides its business into three main segments: Engineering and Construction; Environment and Services, and Transport Concessions. In the Engineering and Construction division, it carries out various engineering works, including bridges, railways, ports, airports, dams, highways, roads, canals and tunnels, among others. The Environment and Services division is involved in the management of solid urban and industrial waste; rehabilitation of pipelines and maintenance of buildings, and landscape architecture services, among others. The Transport Concessions division, operated by the Company’s subsidiary Ascendi Group SGPS, is active in the management of motorways and expressways. In addition, the Company focuses on activities in the tourism sector.