MetLife, Inc. (NYSE:MET), a Life Insurance company from Financial sector has been doing very well. The company has reported a price of $56.25 today, marking a change of 2.25%.
MetLife, Inc. has a current return on equity (ROE) of 4.80% while its debt to equity stands at 0.82. The return on investment (ROI) is at 5.20% and the gross margin is reported to be *TBA.
MetLife, Inc. is predicting a healthy earnings per share growth of 10.20% over the period of next five years.
The stats for MetLife, Inc.’s performance is below.
The weekly performance stands at 0.36%, while the monthly performance measure stands at 18.16%. Not surprisingly its volatility is at 2.41% with an average volume of 7109.01. Volatility is a statistical measure of the dispersion of returns for a given security. It can be measured by using the variance between returns from the market index. Generally speaking, there is always a positive correlation between high volatility and high risk.
The performance per month is at 18.16%, while the performance per quarter stands at .
has a float short of 2.04% at present and the short ratio is at 2.68. Shares shorted can actually exceed 50% of the float in a company. Because the float is the amount of a company’s shares that are publicly owned, all tradable shares can therefore be borrowed by short sellers.
The numbers in regards to MetLife, Inc.’s valuation are below.
The market cap is at 60463.14, while the P/E stands at 16.88, with a P/S of 0.88 and earnings per share this year of -15.70%.
The earnings per share is used as a primary indicator of a company’s profitability or loss. Earnings per share is basically the portion of a company’s profit that is allocated to each outstanding share of common stock.
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