Quarterly Sales and EPS Roundup:
Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. (NASDAQ:FOXA) reported sales (ttm) of 27.76 Billion, whereas, 27 number of analysts estimated the mean sale of 6684.95 million. The analysts estimated sales for the higher end at 7014 million and lower end at 6541.2 million while the year ago reported sale was 0 million.
11 number of analysts have estimated the sales of the company for the quarter ending Feb 6, 2017- Feb 10, 2017, analysts estimated mean sale target of 6799 million while high and low sale targets are estimated at 6971.21 million and 6611.8 million respectively.
Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. (NASDAQ:FOXA) reported earning per shares for the quarter ending Nov 02 AMC at 0.51, whereas, 30 number of analysts estimated the mean EPS at 0.37. The analysts estimated EPS for the higher end at 0.44 and lower end at 0.32 while the year ago reported earnings per share was 0.
The company has mean EPS estimate of 0.52 reported by 12 number of analyst for the quarter ending Feb 6, 2017- Feb 10, 2017. The analysts estimated mean EPS at 0.52 while the high and low EPS estimate stand at 0.58 and 0.45 respectively. In contrast to the year ago quarter EPS was at 0.66. EPS long term mean growth rate estimated by 32 analysts is at 2.13%, whereas, the high and low Long term growth rate estimated at 2.39 and 1.92.
Valuation Ratios of Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. (NASDAQ:FOXA) versus the Industry and Sector:
Let’s have a look at some of the important valuation ratios of the Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. (NASDAQ:FOXA). These ratios are important while doing valuation of the company or the shares of the company.
Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. (NASDAQ:FOXA) currently has P/E (Price to Earnings) ratio of 18.19 while the company’s industry has 7.86 P/E and the sector P/E is 25.68. Similarly, the company’s last 5 years high P/E ratio is 21.07 and low P/E is 8.28, whereas, the industry’s and sector’s high P/E for the past year is 36.97 and 27.28 respectively and low P/E ratio for the last 5 years is 4.08 for the industry and 14.21 for the Sector.
Beta is also an important valuation ratio for analyzing the stock of the company, 68 has Beta of 1.38 while its industry and Sector’s beta remains at 0.19 and 1.27 respectively.
Price to Sale ratio of 68 stands at 1.86 while Price to Book Ratio stands at 3.74. Its Price to Cash Flow ratio shows the value of 13.87, whereas, the industry and sector ratio of Price to Cash Flow ticked at 129913336.66 and 624825.44 respectively.
5 Year Growth Rate Analysis:
Growth rates are very important while analyzing the long term growth and valuation of a certain company.
5 year sales growth rate is an important factor for valuation analysis, the 5 year sales growth of Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. (NASDAQ:FOXA) stands at 2.43 while the industry’s and the sector’s growth for next 5 years ticked at 1.73 and 7.94 respectively. The company’s 5 year Earnings per share growth and Capital Spending growth remains at 10.25 and -15.82.
Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. (NASDAQ:FOXA) Trading Statistics:
The company declined -1.26% and closed its last trading session at $28.47. The market capitalization of the company is at $52.06 Billion. The stock touched 52-week High of $31.25 on Apr 26, 2016 and 52-week Low of $22.66 on Feb 9, 2016. The stock currently has Weekly Volatility of 1.20% and Monthly Volatility of 1.80%. The Beta for the company stands at 1.39 and its Average True Range (ATR) shows a value of 0.5.