MMI – Hot or Not


MMI was formed from the merger of Momentum and Metropolitan in 2010. It has a market cap of R30.5 billion, a price to earnings ratio of 16.37 and a dividend yield of 8.11per cent. Guest Nesan Nair, Sasfin Securities and Paul Theron from Vestact decide whether MMI is hot or not.

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