As it reflects the theoretical cost of buying the company’s shares, the market cap of The Bank of Nova Scotia (NYSE:BNS) is currently rolling at 50751.85, making it one of the key stocks in today’s market. Hence, the existing market cap indicates a preferable measure in comprehending the size of the company rather than its worth.
The Bank of Nova Scotia’s P/E ratio is measuring at 10.26 with a forward P/E of 9.19. The powerful forward P/E ratio allows investors a quick snapshot of the organization’s finances without getting involved in the complicated details of the accounting report.
The PEG for The Bank of Nova Scotia is gauging a 1.14, signposting the future growth of the company’s earnings. The existing PEG value acts as a measure that takes into account its future growth where investors are able to scale the company’s high-growth stock as undervalued.
As of now, The Bank of Nova Scotia has a P/S value of 3.46, measuring P/B at 1.43. Its P/Cash is valued at 0.23, allowing investors to have a useful look at the company’s value in contrast to the P/E ratio. The current P/C value outlines the company’s ability to generate cash relative to its stock price rather than what it records on earnings relative to its stock price.
The dividend for the corporation to company shareholders is rolling at 4.78% with a payout ratio of 47.90%. The current value of the dividend depicts the significance to the relationship between company and its investors. With many preferring that The Bank of Nova Scotia reinvest its earnings back into its trade to fuel future growth, a lot acknowledges a generous cash dividend payment. For the income oriented investors, the existing payout ratio will be observed closely, providing a valuable insight into The Bank of Nova Scotia’s dividend policy.
The EPS of The Bank of Nova Scotia is strolling at 4.1, measuring its EPS growth this year at 0.00%. As a result, the company has an EPS growth of 6.19% for the approaching year. Company’s EPS for the past five years is valued at 6.19%, leading it to an EPS value of 8.99% for the next five years.
Company’s sales growth for the past five years is valued at 3.70%, leading it to the present-day share price of 42.08. It has a change in price of 1.72% and a target price of 51.08.
The Bank of Nova Scotia has a ROA of 0.80%, measuring the amount of profit the company earns on the value of its shares. The value of its return on investment (ROI) is 16.80%, measuring the gain/loss on its investment relative to the amount of money invested. With its flexible approach, investors can easily identify the profitability and the efficiency of the company – bearing in mind the downsides of the ROI calculation which can be manipulated.
The Bank of Nova Scotia holds a quick ratio of *TBA with a current ratio of *TBA. The existing figure on the company’s quick ratio portrays its ability to meet its short-term financial liabilities, and the value on the current ratio represents the company’s proficiency in dealing with its current liabilities via its current assets.
The performance for the week is valued at 4.42%, resulting in a performance for the month at -7.39%. Therefore, the stated figures displays a quarterly performance of -1.36% and an annual performance of -22.77%.
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*TBA = Data not provided during this time