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German (DAX) Construction Machinery and Vehicles Industry Analysis

UpdatedSep 23, 2023
DataAggregated Company Financials
  • 7D-0.2%
  • 3M2.6%
  • 1Y41.7%
  • YTD16.8%

In the last week, the Construction Machinery and Vehicles industry is up 2.0%, with Daimler Truck Holding up 2.8%. This means that the industry has gained 37% over the past year. Earnings are forecast to grow by 9.6% annually.

Industry Valuation and Performance

Has the German Construction Machinery and Vehicles Industry valuation changed over the past few years?

DateMarket CapRevenueEarningsPEAbsolute PEPS
Sat, 23 Sep 2023€57.6b€132.4b€6.2b9.7x9.4x0.4x
Mon, 21 Aug 2023€58.0b€132.4b€6.2b9.6x9.4x0.4x
Wed, 19 Jul 2023€59.3b€127.6b€5.7b11.5x10.4x0.5x
Fri, 16 Jun 2023€58.8b€127.6b€5.7b11.6x10.3x0.5x
Sun, 14 May 2023€56.4b€124.5b€5.2b12.2x11x0.5x
Tue, 11 Apr 2023€52.9b€121.3b€5.0b11.7x10.6x0.4x
Thu, 09 Mar 2023€58.2b€114.4b€3.9b13.7x15.1x0.5x
Sat, 04 Feb 2023€57.5b€114.3b€4.0b13.5x14.5x0.5x
Mon, 02 Jan 2023€48.5b€114.3b€4.0b12.8x12.2x0.4x
Wed, 30 Nov 2022€51.3b€109.8b€3.2b16.8x16x0.5x
Fri, 28 Oct 2022€44.9b€106.6b€3.8b10.4x11.9x0.4x
Sun, 25 Sep 2022€40.7b€106.6b€3.8b8.7x10.8x0.4x
Tue, 23 Aug 2022€47.0b€106.6b€3.8b10.6x12.5x0.4x
Thu, 21 Jul 2022€49.7b€101.9b€3.5b12.3x14x0.5x
Sat, 18 Jun 2022€49.6b€101.9b€3.5b11.9x14x0.5x
Mon, 16 May 2022€53.3b€100.4b€4.7b11.4x11.3x0.5x
Wed, 13 Apr 2022€50.7b€97.7b€4.5b12.2x11.2x0.5x
Fri, 11 Mar 2022€54.3b€94.8b€4.9b14.3x11x0.6x
Sun, 06 Feb 2022€68.4b€94.3b€4.9b17x14.1x0.7x
Tue, 04 Jan 2022€73.5b€55.0b€2.3b21.3x32.7x1.3x
Thu, 02 Dec 2021€45.4b€55.0b€2.3b22.2x20.2x0.8x
Sat, 30 Oct 2021€58.1b€67.2b€1.8b22.4x31.5x0.9x
Mon, 27 Sep 2021€57.7b€64.3b€1.6b22.2x35.9x0.9x
Wed, 25 Aug 2021€49.3b€51.7b€1.9b24.3x26.3x1x
Thu, 01 Jul 2021€49.2b€51.7b€1.9b25.9x26.2x1x
Sun, 04 Apr 2021€47.8b€47.4b€915.8m26.5x52.2x1x
Wed, 06 Jan 2021€45.7b€46.0b€708.2m33.3x64.5x1x
Sat, 10 Oct 2020€39.4b€46.4b€965.6m31x40.8x0.8x
Price to Earnings Ratio


Total Market Cap: €39.4bTotal Earnings: €965.6mTotal Revenue: €46.4bTotal Market Cap vs Earnings and Revenue0%0%0%
German Construction Machinery and Vehicles Industry Price to Earnings3Y Average 25.5x202120222023
Current Industry PE
  • Investors are pessimistic on the German Construction Machinery and Heavy Trucks industry, indicating that they anticipate long term growth rates will be lower than they have historically.
  • The industry is trading at a PE ratio of 9.4x which is lower than its 3-year average PE of 25.5x.
  • The industry is trading close to its 3-year average PS ratio of 0.70x.
Past Earnings Growth
  • The earnings for companies in the Construction Machinery and Heavy Trucks industry have grown 85% per year over the last three years.
  • Revenues for these companies have grown 42% per year.
  • This means that more sales are being generated by these companies overall, and subsequently their profits are increasing too.

Industry Comparison

How does German Construction Machinery and Vehicles compare with similar industries?

DE Market-1.83%
Construction Machinery and Vehicles-0.18%
Agricultural Machinery0%
Industrial Machinery-2.11%
Industry PEThere are no additional sub-industries under this industry.
Forecasted GrowthThere are no additional sub-industries under this industry.

Top Stock Gainers and Losers

Which companies have driven the market over the last 7 days?

CompanyLast Price7D1YValuation
DTG Daimler Truck Holding€33.670.8%
8TRA Traton€19.061.4%
DEZ DEUTZ€4.180.8%
S4AA SMT Scharf€6.150.8%
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