ECO USA estudo thumb blog (1)

Evolution of Enterprise Multiple of the S&P 500

Using the Economatica system we calculated the EV/EBITDA (ttm) multiple for key sectors in the S&P 500

We selected sectors in the S&P 500 comprised with 5 or more companies after eliminating companies with negative EBITDA (ttm) from the sample. The valuation multiples are calculated using the current non-financial S&P 500 companies, and the median function is used to compute the values for the sectors.

The table below is ranked by EV-to-EBITDA (ttm) multiple from lowest to highest for 2/27/2019.

ev-ebitda-multiple-for-key-sectors

The 5 sectors topping this ranking are Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing, Semiconductors and Other Electronic Component Manufacturing, Cable and Other Subscription Programming, and Computer and Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing, and Clothing Stores.

the-lowest-enterprise-multiple-sectors-2014-to-2019

The 5 most expensive sectors according to current EV/EBITDA (ttm) are shown below, leading the group is Medical Equipment and Supplies Manufacturing.

the-5-highest-enterprise-multiple-sectors-2014-to-2019

The Economatica system offers a range of sophisticated analytic tools and financial data on an easy to use online research platform that empowers asset managers, analysts, and other investment professionals who conduct fundamental and quantitative analysis. Ask us for a free trial today and learn how to make your own observations.

Subscribe to our newsletter and receive our
exclusive content
as soon as it comes out

RELATED STUDIES

Net Profit Margin Improves in 2018

Using the Economatica system we examined the year-end results for 2018 and found improvement in...

Learn more

March 14, 2019 | By Economatica

Equity Beta and Asset Beta by Sector

Using the Economatica system, we explore capital structure, equity beta, and asset beta across key...

Learn more

March 7, 2019 | By Economatica

Evolution of Enterprise Multiple of the S&P 500

Using the Economatica system we calculated the EV/EBITDA (ttm) multiple for key sectors in the...

Learn more

February 28, 2019 | By Economatica