Inapa traded at 0.02 this Friday August 5th, decreasing 0 or 0 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Inapa lost 2.27 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 41.89 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Inapa to be priced at 0.02 by the end of this quarter and at 0.02 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

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Peers Price Day Year
Altri 5.29 0.01 0.19% 3.32%
Inapa 0.02 0 0% -41.89%
Navigator 3.97 -0.002 -0.05% 31.11%
Semapa 14.26 0.06 0.42% 26.87%

Indexes Price Day Year
PSI Geral 4747 19.31 0.41% 24.17%

Inapa Investimentos Participacoes e Gestao SA (Inapa) is a Portugal-based holding company mainly engaged in the distribution of paper. The Company operates through three business segment. In the Paper division it provides various paper products, including coated, offset, digital and carbonless paper, as well as cardboard and envelopes; its portfolio also includes graphic materials, such as paints and chemicals, and office supplies. In the Packaging division is active in the distribution of packaging products, including boxes, tapes, ribbons, bags and stickers, as well as in the provision of customized packaging services. In the Visual Communication it offers products and services for large format digital printing, such as printers, toners, software and technical assistance. Inapa operates in Germany, France, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Angola, Turkey and Luxembourg. In November 2013, through Inapa Packaging, the Company acquired Realpack GmbH, a German packaging company.