The company in question is, U.S. Bancorp (NYSE:USB) currently with a stock price of 50.74 (0.55% today). The market cap for U.S. Bancorp is 85.89 B, and is in the sector Financial, and Regional – Midwest Banks industry. The target price for U.S. Bancorp is 54.46. Currently U.S. Bancorp is trading with a P/E of 15.4, and a forward P/E of 13.2. Average volume for U.S. Bancorp is 6829.16 and so far today it is 5939433.
Performance in the last year for U.S. Bancorp has been 24.86%. For EPS growth, U.S. Bancorp has seen a growth of 2.40%, and is looking to grow in the next year to 10.59%. More long term stats show that EPS growth has been 5.70% over the last five years and could be 5.27% for the next five years. U.S. Bancorp has seen sales growth quarter over quarter at 5.60%, with EPS growth quarter over quarter at 6.90%. The 20-day simple moving average is -1.72%, with the 200-day simple moving average coming to 4.41%.
Since the IPO date for U.S. Bancorp on the 11/05/1987, U.S. Bancorp has seen performance year to date to be -0.70%. With U.S. Bancorp trading at 50.74, the dividend yield is 2.21%, and the EPS is 3.3.
So could U.S. Bancorp, be undervalued? Well as said before P/E is 15.4. The PEG is 2.92, P/S is 6.44 and the P/B is at 2.03. The P/cash is *TBA, with P/free cash flow at 15.84.
U.S. Bancorp ability to deal with debt shows that the current ratio is *TBA, and the quick ratio is *TBA. This is with long term debt/equity at 0.85, and total debt/equity at 0.85.
In terms of margins, U.S. Bancorp has a gross margin of *TBA, an operating margin of 77.20% and a profit margin of 42.30%.Payout ratio for U.S. Bancorp is 32.40%. Return on assets come to 1.30% with return on investment coming to 10.70%.
Insider ownership for U.S. Bancorp, is at 0.20% and institutional ownership comes to 77.80%. Outstanding shares are at 1692.82. While shares float is 1676.66. The float short is currently 1.13%, and short ratio is 2.77.
Graphs: U.S. Bancorp NYSE: USB | Friday May 19, 2017
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