Sector Valuation and Performance
Has the Lithuanian Consumer Discretionary Sector valuation changed over the past few years?
|Date||Market Cap||Revenue||Earnings||PE||Absolute PE||PS|
|Tue, 29 Nov 2022||Lt181.8m||Lt574.9m||Lt15.3m||7.9x||11.9x||0.3x|
|Thu, 27 Oct 2022||Lt168.8m||Lt554.0m||Lt13.9m||7.1x||12.2x||0.3x|
|Sat, 24 Sep 2022||Lt176.1m||Lt586.2m||Lt13.3m||7.2x||13.3x||0.3x|
|Mon, 22 Aug 2022||Lt184.7m||Lt547.0m||Lt16.2m||8.3x||11.4x||0.3x|
|Wed, 20 Jul 2022||Lt181.9m||Lt531.2m||Lt13.9m||7.7x||13.1x||0.3x|
|Fri, 17 Jun 2022||Lt190.9m||Lt531.4m||Lt15.1m||7.5x||12.7x||0.4x|
|Sun, 15 May 2022||Lt196.4m||Lt475.3m||Lt14.5m||7.5x||13.5x||0.4x|
|Tue, 12 Apr 2022||Lt225.7m||Lt453.1m||Lt11.9m||8x||19x||0.5x|
|Thu, 10 Mar 2022||Lt186.9m||Lt451.5m||Lt3.6m||8.9x||52.2x||0.4x|
|Sat, 05 Feb 2022||Lt209.4m||Lt435.3m||Lt2.8m||10.5x||75.8x||0.5x|
|Mon, 03 Jan 2022||Lt202.7m||Lt435.3m||Lt2.8m||9.8x||73.4x||0.5x|
|Wed, 01 Dec 2021||Lt200.7m||Lt394.7m||Lt3.2m||12x||62x||0.5x|
|Fri, 29 Oct 2021||Lt201.2m||Lt377.1m||Lt8.9m||8x||22.7x||0.5x|
|Sun, 26 Sep 2021||Lt209.9m||Lt375.1m||Lt8.6m||8.5x||24.4x||0.6x|
|Tue, 24 Aug 2021||Lt207.3m||Lt375.1m||Lt8.6m||8.2x||24.1x||0.6x|
|Wed, 30 Jun 2021||Lt218.9m||Lt375.1m||Lt8.6m||8.2x||25.4x||0.6x|
|Sat, 03 Apr 2021||Lt192.2m||Lt323.4m||Lt5.6m||9.3x||34.3x||0.6x|
|Tue, 05 Jan 2021||Lt188.4m||Lt352.7m||Lt5.7m||9.5x||33.2x||0.5x|
|Fri, 09 Oct 2020||Lt168.0m||Lt401.0m||Lt11.6m||10.8x||14.5x||0.4x|
|Thu, 02 Jul 2020||Lt171.9m||Lt449.5m||Lt10.8m||11.8x||16x||0.4x|
|Sun, 05 Apr 2020||Lt134.0m||Lt530.9m||Lt17.5m||8.6x||7.7x||0.3x|
|Wed, 08 Jan 2020||Lt203.3m||Lt538.9m||Lt18.3m||11.9x||11.1x||0.4x|Price to Earnings Ratio
Current Industry PE
- Investors are pessimistic on the Lithuanian Consumer Discretionary 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 11.7x which is lower than its 3-year average PE of 23.5x.
- The industry is trading close to its 3-year average PS ratio of 0.44x.
Past Earnings Growth
- The earnings for companies in the Consumer Discretionary industry have remained mostly flat over the last three years.
- Meanwhile revenues for these companies have grown 2.2% per year.
- This means that although more sales are being generated, either the cost of doing business or the level of investment back into businesses has increased and as a result, profits have held steady.
Which industries have driven the changes within the Lithuanian Consumer Discretionary sector?
|Online Retail and Ecommerce||0%|
|General Merchanise and Department Stores||0%|
- Investors are most optimistic about the Hospitality industry which is trading above its 3-year average PE ratio of 7.8x.
- It looks like they are confident that earnings will grow faster in the future than they have historically.
Forecasted GrowthThere is insufficient data on the sub-industries of this industry.
Top Stock Gainers and Losers
Which companies have driven the market over the last 7 days?