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Westlake Chemical Corp. (WLK)

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Rating & Fair Value

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Institutional Holdings

H

Financial Strength

H

Sustainable Growth

S

Industry Comparison

H

Management & Equity

B

Analyst Opinion

B

Leverage & Liquidity

B

Fundamental Variables

H

Rating Performance

FV Performance

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About

Westlake Chemical Corp. manufactures and markets petrochemicals, polymers and fabricated building products. It operates through the Olefins and Vinyls segments. The Olefins segment manufactures ethylene, polyethylene, styrene, and associated co-products at the manufacturing facility in Lake Charles and polyethylene at the Longview facility. The Vinyls segment manufactures and sells building products fabricated from polyvinyl chloride, including pipe, fittings, profiles, foundation, building products, fence and deck components, window, and door components, film, and sheet products. The company was founded by Ting Tsung Chao in 1986 and is headquartered in Houston, TX.

CEO

Albert Yuan Chao

Employees

9,430

Industry

Specialty/Performance Fibers and Polymer Products

Sector

Materials

Headquarters

Houston

Exchange

New York Stock Exchange

Summary Stats

Market Cap

13.6B

Revenue

16B

Net Income

2.65B

EPS

$20.55

Price-to-Earnings

5.18

Price-to-Book

1.41

Debt-to-Equity

1.12

News

Analyst Ratings

Price targets projected by 18 analysts

High

$85.00

Average

$71.50

Low

$38.00

Ratings calculated by 19 analysts

Buy

7

Hold

8

Sell

4

Last Dividend

Amount

$0.36

Dividend Date

Frequency

quarterly

Dividend Yield

Earnings

Most Recent Earnings

Last Earnings for Q3 2022

Last Earnings

Missed by -$1.20

Actual

$3.10 -27.9%

Consensus

4.3

Report Date

Year Ago

4.69

Year Ago Change %

Down 33%

Actual vs Estimates

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Upcoming Estimates Unavailable

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