Reditus traded at 0.03 this Wednesday August 10th, increasing 0.001 or 1.67 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Reditus gained 29.07 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 7.58 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Reditus to be priced at 0.03 by the end of this quarter and at 0.03 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.


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Peers Price Day Year
First Derivatives PLC 1,848.00 -26.00 -1.39% -23.00%
Glintt Global Intelligent Technologies 0.22 0 0% 5.71%
Novabase 4.67 -0.03 -0.64% -0.43%
Reditus 0.03 0.001 1.67% -7.58%

Indexes Price Day Year
PSI Geral 4809 -66.30 -1.36% 23.84%

Reditus
Reditus Sociedade Gestora de Participacoes Sociais SA (Reditus) is a Portugal-based holding company involved in information technology (IT) and outsourcing sectors. The Company operates through three segments: IT Consulting (ITC), IT Outsourcing (ITO) and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO). The Company’s ITC segment provides systems applications and products (SAP) maintenance, development, management and training services. The Company's ITO segment includes advisory, design, installation and maintenance services for IT infrastructures, as well as products and solutions in IT security area. The Company's BPO segment consists of document processing, archive management, correspondence management and back-office and front-office services. The Company operates in Portugal, France, Angola, Sweden and Morocco.