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A look at a High Market Cap Stock: SAP SE, SAP

SAP SE, SAP is in the exchange NYSE and its industry is Application Software in the sector of Technology. Based in Germany, SAP SE, SAPĀ  has a market cap of 91771.53. Since its IPO date on the 9/18/1995, SAP SE, SAP performance year to date is -3.61%. Today SAP SE, SAP has gained -1.01%, with a current price of 74.21.

Ownership of the company is 25.50% for insider ownership while institutional ownership is 3.50%. The management of the company have seen the company have a payout ratio of 41.80%. Return of assets are at 7.80%, with return on investment at 10.20%.

In terms of debt levels and profit levels, SAP SE, SAP is seeing a long-term debt/equity of 0.38. While Total debt/equity is 0.41. With a profit margin of 15.30%, this is combined with a gross margin of 68.80%, and operating margin of 21.10%. SAP SE ability to meet debt levels, with a current ratio of 1.3, while the quick ratio is 1.3.

For the last year SAP SE, SAP has seen a EPS growth of -6.70%. A performance for the year of 8.98%. The 52-week high is -9.71%, and the 52-week low is 20.62%. The average volume for SAP SE, SAP is 601100.

With a target price of 87.52, can SAP SE, SAP reach this target? Looking at the value indicators of SAP SE, SAP. SAP SE has a P/E of 25.13 and a forward P/E of 15.3. Perhaps the more useful indicator than P/E, is PEG which has a value of 1.96. SAP SE also has a P/S and a P/B of 3.93 and 3.53 respectively. For P/cash, SAP SE has a value of 13.54, while it is 46.62 for P/free cash flow.

At the current price of 74.21, SAP SE has a dividend yield of 1.75%. We see a return on equity of 14.60%.

Looking more long-term SAP SE, is projected to get an EPS growth for the next five years of 12.85%. In the short-term an EPS growth of 9.35% in the next year is forecasted. This is after a EPS growth of -6.70% for this year and for the last five years a 10.90% growth has been seen.

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