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Peruvian (BVL) Consumer Discretionary Sector Analysis

UpdatedDec 02, 2021
DataAggregated Company Financials
Companies12
  • 7D0%
  • 3M4.0%
  • 1Y-38.8%
  • YTD-38.9%

Over the last 7 days, the Consumer Discretionary industry has remained flat. Unfortunately though, the industry is down 39% over the past 12 months.

Sector Valuation and Performance

Has the Peruvian Consumer Discretionary Sector valuation changed over the past few years?

DateMarket CapRevenueEarningsPE
Sun, 05 Dec 2021S/8.6bS/5.2bS/254.6m7.5x
Tue, 02 Nov 2021S/8.8bS/5.7bS/164.7m6x
Thu, 30 Sep 2021S/8.4bS/5.7bS/164.7m6x
Sat, 28 Aug 2021S/8.4bS/8.6bS/132.8m6.9x
Sun, 04 Jul 2021S/8.5bS/8.6bS/132.8m7.4x
Wed, 07 Apr 2021S/8.4bS/7.4b-S/65,802,313.0011.3x
Sat, 09 Jan 2021S/14.2bS/7.1b-S/70,775,654.0016.9x
Fri, 02 Oct 2020S/14.2bS/6.9bS/7.0m20.8x
Mon, 06 Jul 2020S/7.4bS/9.8bS/133.0m18x
Thu, 09 Apr 2020S/7.4bS/13.6bS/440.5m12.1x
Wed, 01 Jan 2020S/7.9bS/16.5bS/561.2m10.7x
Sat, 05 Oct 2019S/8.0bS/16.8bS/628.3m8.3x
Tue, 09 Jul 2019S/8.0bS/16.7bS/650.1m6.6x
Mon, 01 Apr 2019S/8.4bS/16.8bS/643.3m9.6x
Thu, 03 Jan 2019S/8.5bS/16.7bS/665.2m10.3x
PE Ratio

10.3x

Total Market Cap: S/8.5bTotal Earnings: S/665.2mTotal Revenue: S/16.7b0%0%0%3 Year10 Year
20202021

Current Industry PE: Investors are more pessimistic on the industry, considering it's trading at a PE ratio of 7.5x which is lower than its 3-year average PE of 11.5x. It appears they believe that earnings will not grow as fast as they have historically.

Past Earnings Growth: The earnings for companies in the Consumer Discretionary industry have declined 27% per year over the last three years, and revenues have also declined 32% per year. This means overall sales from these companies are declining and profits are subsequently falling as well.

Industry Trends

Which industries have driven the changes within the Peruvian Consumer Discretionary sector?

General Merchanise and Department Stores0%
Hospitality0%
Luxury0%
Auto Components0%
Consumer Durables0%
Consumer Services0%

Industry PE: Investors are most optimistic about the General Merchanise and Department Stores industry, which is trading close to its 3-year average PE ratio of 55.1x. It looks like they are confident that earnings will grow faster in the future than they have historically. Meanwhile, investors are most pessimistic about the Luxury industry, which is trading below its 3-year average of 391x.

Forecasted Growth: There 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?

Company7D1YValuation
No data available
Simply Wall St
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