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How has Smith & Nephew plc:(NYSE:SNN) performed recently?

Smith & Nephew plc (NYSE: SNN) is a large market cap stock with a market cap of 14500.68. It is in the Medical Appliances & Equipment industry and sector Healthcare, with a current P/E of 40.86, a forward P/E of 17.07 and EPS of 0.79. At a stock price of 32.44 (-0.87%) it has a dividend yield of 1.51%.

EPS growth for the last five years have been -7.80%, more recently this last year it has grown by -18.20%. The next year growth is going to be about 13.98% and more long-term 7.10% after five years. EPS growth quarter over quarter is -18.30%. Sales growth for the past five years have been 3.20% and sales growth quarter over quarter is 2.50%.

For performance, Smith & Nephew plc the past week has seen a gain of -1.67%. For the last month performance for Smith & Nephew plc is -3.02%. While the last quarter is -4.07% and half year, -1.27%. Finally for the year, performance is -5.73%.

The 52-week high for Smith & Nephew plc, is at -9.17%, and for the 52-week low it comes to a value of 8.50%. The 20-day simple moving average is -2.25% and -2.58% for the 200-day simple moving average.

Volatility for the week is at 1.30%, and for the month it is 1.05%. Smith & Nephew plc, has a target price of 41.

In terms of debt, long term debt/equity is 0.43, and for total debt/equity Smith & Nephew plc has 0.45. The gross margin is 74.20%, while operating margin is *TBA, the profit margin is *TBA. The current ratio is 1.9 and the quick ratio is 0.9.

Insider ownership is at 0.60%, with instituitional ownership at 5.90%. Smith & Nephew plc has a payout ratio of *TBA. With the total shares outstanding coming to 447. The shares float is 440.02, with the float short at 0.35%, with short ratio coming to 3.7.

In terms of returns, the return on assets see Smith & Nephew plc, get *TBA, with its returns on investment at 8.80%. Return on equity is *TBA. So will the investors see the target price of 41, reached soon?

Disclaimer: Remember there is a risk to your investment, this is not a recommendation, nor personal advice, never invest more than you are able too loose.


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