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Key figures on the K+S share
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Earnings per share, adjusted 2
|Dividend per share||€/share||1.00 4||0.20||-||0.04 3||0.25|
|Book value per share||€/share||35.11||27.48||11.61||23.49||21.65|
|Year-end closing price (Xetra)||€||18.38||15.19||7.79||11.12||15.72|
|Annual high (Xetra)||€||35.36||16.33||11.20||18.61||25.75|
|Annual low (Xetra)||€||15.10||8.23||5.12||9.70||15.03|
|Year-end market capitalization||€ billion||3.5||2.9||1.5||2.1||3.0|
|Average number of shares||million||191.4||191.4||191.4||191.4||191.4|
|Total divend payment3||€ million||191.4||38.3||0.0||7.7||47.9|
|Dividend yield (closing price)||%||5.4 4||1.0||-||0.4 3||1.6|
|Return on Capital Employed (ROCE)||%||25.7||42.9||-22.8||2.3||2.6|
|Enterprise value (EV) on Dec. 31||€ billion||4.4||4.7||6.1||6.7||7.4|
|Enterprise value to revenue (EV/revenue)||x-times||0.8||1.5||1.6||1.6||1.8|
|Enterprise value to EBITDA (EV/EBITDA)||x-times||1.8||4.9||13.7||10.5||12.3|
1 The figures relate to the continuing and discontinued operations of the K+S Group for the years 2018 to 2020. From 2021 onwards, the information relates to the continuing operations of the K+S Group.
2 The adjusted key figures include the result from operating forecast hedges for the respective reporting period; effects from changes in the fair value of hedges are eliminated. The effects on deferred and cash taxes are also adjusted; tax rate 2022: 30.2% (2021: 30.2%). In 2020 and 2021, group earnings were significantly affected by impairment losses and reversals of impairment losses of the Potash and Magnesium Products CGU (see 2021 Annual Report from page 192).
3 In 2019, the proposed dividend was adjusted from the previous €0.15 to the minimum dividend to maintain eligibility for funding by KfW. In 2022, the figure corresponds to the dividend proposal.
4 The Board of Executive Directors and the Supervisory Board have resolved, in addition to the dividend of €1.00 per share, to buy back shares with an equivalent value of up to around €1 per share resp. up to €200 million in total and subsequently call them in. The buyback began after the Annual General Meeting in May, 2023.
5 The year 2021 has been adjusted. See information on changes in accounting policies, restatement of prior-year figures and balance sheet structures in the ‘Notes’ of the 2022 Annual Report on p. 185.