Sales, EBITDA and EBIT multiples of international publicly traded companies
Companies for business valuations using the multiple valuation method
The multiples module provides you with data from individual publicly traded companies
and entire sectors, as well as sector data from transactions of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)
Forward-looking multiples based on analyst consensus estimates.
Multipliers on sales, EBIT and EBITDA
Multipliers for various financial figures, each as trailing
and forward-looking multiples.
Price/earnings ratio (P/E ratio)
The market price of the share in relation to earnings per share
The share price of a share in relation to the book value of the share
Time series overview
Development of multipliers is easy to understand by viewing them in time series.
Forecast Quality to Analysts Estimates
Information on the number and spread of analyst estimates
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