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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.

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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.

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

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