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Benchmark PER in each sector

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1Benchmark PER in each sector Empty Benchmark PER in each sector Wed May 25, 2011 11:32 am

Intrinsic


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

The actual sector P/Es can be found in http://www.cse.lk/sectors/sectorSummary.htm. These are up to date figures.

Is there any other set of sector-wise P/Es which can be treated as Industry Benchmarks ?

For an example;

BFI sector PE is 18.10 as of yesterday. (in above CSE website)

If the EPS of ABC bank is Rs. 10, then Market price of ABC stock should reach 18.10 X 10 = Rs. 181.00 theoretically.

But, is there any standard PE value (probably a widely accepted constant, calculated under standard practical circumstances either internationally, regionally or country-wise) for BFI sector ?

[Example: Something like, Benchmark PER of 15 for BFI sector in South Asian Region.]

So that one can compare CSE figures against wider range of data & make his or her decision.

Appreciate your feed back.

Thanks.

2Benchmark PER in each sector Empty Re: Benchmark PER in each sector Wed May 25, 2011 11:42 am

CSE Today

CSE Today
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

Intrinsic wrote:The actual sector P/Es can be found in http://www.cse.lk/sectors/sectorSummary.htm.

the link do not work..check it again pls

3Benchmark PER in each sector Empty Re: Benchmark PER in each sector Wed May 25, 2011 12:01 pm

Slstock

Slstock
Director - Equity Analytics
Director - Equity Analytics

Intrinsic wrote:The actual sector P/Es can be found in http://www.cse.lk/sectors/sectorSummary.htm. These are up to date figures.

Is there any other set of sector-wise P/Es which can be treated as Industry Benchmarks ?

For an example;

BFI sector PE is 18.10 as of yesterday. (in above CSE website)

If the EPS of ABC bank is Rs. 10, then Market price of ABC stock should reach 18.10 X 10 = Rs. 181.00 theoretically.

But, is there any standard PE value (probably a widely accepted constant, calculated under standard practical circumstances either internationally, regionally or country-wise) for BFI sector ?

[Example: Something like, Benchmark PER of 15 for BFI sector in South Asian Region.]

So that one can compare CSE figures against wider range of data & make his or her decision.

Appreciate your feed back.

Thanks.

You can also get updated sector PE from broker reports. IF you look under research section of this website ( you need to longin to the research sections after registering) you can download such reports.

Also when dealing with BFI sector it is also good to look at NAV of the bank and/or Price per Book Value ( PBV) along with EPS.

Though SEYB is at the bottom now due to the rights issue it has a very attractive PBV. MBSL also is very decent.

4Benchmark PER in each sector Empty Re: Benchmark PER in each sector Wed May 25, 2011 1:17 pm

Intrinsic


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

CSE Today wrote:
Intrinsic wrote:The actual sector P/Es can be found in http://www.cse.lk/sectors/sectorSummary.htm.

the link do not work..check it again pls

Please delete last full-stop just after 'htm' then it works.

( http://www.cse.lk/sectors/sectorSummary.htm )


5Benchmark PER in each sector Empty Re: Benchmark PER in each sector Wed May 25, 2011 1:30 pm

CSE Today

CSE Today
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

Intrinsic wrote:
CSE Today wrote:
Intrinsic wrote:The actual sector P/Es can be found in http://www.cse.lk/sectors/sectorSummary.htm.

the link do not work..check it again pls

Please delete last full-stop just after 'htm' then it works.

( http://www.cse.lk/sectors/sectorSummary.htm )



is this PER accurate...?an any one pls give an example calculation using BRWN DEC 2010 EPS on TRD PER

6Benchmark PER in each sector Empty Re: Benchmark PER in each sector Wed May 25, 2011 1:31 pm

Intrinsic


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

slstock wrote:
Intrinsic wrote:The actual sector P/Es can be found in http://www.cse.lk/sectors/sectorSummary.htm. These are up to date figures.

Is there any other set of sector-wise P/Es which can be treated as Industry Benchmarks ?

For an example;

BFI sector PE is 18.10 as of yesterday. (in above CSE website)

If the EPS of ABC bank is Rs. 10, then Market price of ABC stock should reach 18.10 X 10 = Rs. 181.00 theoretically.

But, is there any standard PE value (probably a widely accepted constant, calculated under standard practical circumstances either internationally, regionally or country-wise) for BFI sector ?

[Example: Something like, Benchmark PER of 15 for BFI sector in South Asian Region.]

So that one can compare CSE figures against wider range of data & make his or her decision.

Appreciate your feed back.

Thanks.

You can also get updated sector PE from broker reports. IF you look under research section of this website ( you need to longin to the research sections after registering) you can download such reports.

Also when dealing with BFI sector it is also good to look at NAV of the bank and/or Price per Book Value ( PBV) along with EPS.

Though SEYB is at the bottom now due to the rights issue it has a very attractive PBV. MBSL also is very decent.

Thanks slstock. + rep from me !

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