With a market cap of has a large market cap size. Illinois Tool Works Inc. (NYSE: ITW) has been on the stock market since its IPO date on the 11/5/1987. Illinois Tool Works Inc. is in the Diversified Machinery industry and Industrial Goods sector. Average volume for Illinois Tool Works Inc., is 1549.2, and so far today it has a volume of 0. Performance year to date since the 11/5/1987 is 20.03%.
To help you determine whether Illinois Tool Works Inc. is undervalued the following values will help you decide. P/E is 21.11 and forward P/E is 18.28. PEG perhaps more useful shows that Illinois Tool Works Inc. has a value for PEG of 2.49. P/S ratio is 2.99 and the P/B ratio is 7.63. The P/Cash and P/Free cash flow is 16.27 and 30.13 respectively.
At the current price Illinois Tool Works Inc. is trading at, 110.02 (0.00% today), Illinois Tool Works Inc. has a dividend yield of 2.00%, and this is covered by a payout ratio of 40.70%. Earnings per share (EPS) is 5.21, and this is looking to grow in the next year to 9.08% after growing 9.80% this past year. EPS growth quarter over quarter is 6.50%, and -2.00% for sales growth quarter over quarter.
The number of shares outstanding is 362, and the number of shares float is 354.41. The senior management bring insider ownership to 0.20%, and institutional ownership is at 77.40%. The float short is 2.32%, with the short ratio at a value of 5.31. Management has seen a return on assets of 12.00%, and also a return on investment of 16.20%.
The ability for Illinois Tool Works Inc., to deal with debt, means it current ratio is 2.3, and quick ratio is 1.9. Long term debt/equity is 1.22 and total debt/equity is 1.34. In terms of margins, Illinois Tool Works Inc. has a gross margin of 41.40%, with its operating margin at 21.70%, and Illinois Tool Works Inc. has a profit margin of 14.30%.
The 52 week high is -0.13%, with 42.97% being its 52 week low. The 20 day simple moving average is 5.05% and the 200 day simple moving average is 15.61%.
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