As of close of business last night, SAP SE’s stock clocked out at 81.37, down -1.18% from its previous closing price of $82.34. In other words, the price has decreased by $-0.97 from its previous closing price. On the day, 1611464 shares were traded. SAP reached its highest trading level at $82.29 during the session, while it also had its lowest trading level at $80.97.
To gain a deeper understanding of SAP’s stock, we examine its different ratios. It provided that stocks Price–to–Cash (P/C) ratio for the trailing twelve months (TTM) is standing at 11.91 whereas its Price-to-Free Cash Flow (P/FCF) for the term is 23.55. For the most recent quarter (mrq), Quick Ratio is recorded 1.00 and its Current Ratio is at 1.00. In the meantime, Its Debt-to-Equity ratio is 0.35 whereas as Long-Term Debt/Eq ratio is at 0.22.
Upgrades & Downgrades
As of this moment, SAP’s Price-to-Earnings (P/E) ratio for their current fiscal year is 24.38, and their Forward P/E ratio for the next fiscal year is 14.35. For the stock, the TTM Price-to-Sale (P/S) ratio is 3.43 while its Price-to-Book (P/B) ratio in mrq is 2.39.
Stock Price History:
Over the past 52 weeks, SAP has reached a high of $149.06, while it has fallen to a 52-week low of $82.18. The 50-Day Moving Average of the stock is 89.18, while the 200-Day Moving Average is calculated to be 106.93.
It appears that SAP traded 1.10M shares on average per day over the past three months and 1.13M shares per day over the past ten days. A total of 1.17B shares are outstanding, with a floating share count of 1.09B. Insiders hold about 25.50% of the company’s shares, while institutions hold 5.30% stake in the company. Shares short for SAP as of Jul 14, 2022 were 1.59M with a Short Ratio of 2.18, compared to 1.59M on Jun 14, 2022.
Dividends & Splits
With its trailing 12-month dividend rate of 1.85, SAP has a forward annual dividend rate of 2.08. Against a Trailing Annual Dividend Yield of 2.25%, it implies a Forward Annual Dividend Yield of 2.23%. The stock’s 5-year Average Dividend Yield is 1.48. The current Payout Ratio is 59.60% for SAP, which recently paid a dividend on May 30, 2022 with an ex-dividend date of May 18, 2022. Stock splits for the company last occurred on Jul 27, 1998 when the company split stock in a 4:1 ratio.
As of right now, 11 analysts gave their recommendation on the stock of the company. On average, analysts expect EPS of $1.37 for the current quarter, with a high estimate of $1.47 and a low estimate of $1.24, while EPS last year was $1.96. The consensus estimate for the next quarter is $1.66, with high estimates of $1.82 and low estimates of $1.52.
Analysts are recommending an EPS of between $5.68 and $4.35 for the fiscal current year, implying an average EPS of $5.14. EPS for the following year is $5.82, with 29 analysts recommending between $7.34 and $3.91.
In the current quarter, 9 analysts expect revenue to total $7.72B. It ranges from a high estimate of $8.15B to a low estimate of $7.52B. As of the current estimate, SAP SE’s year-ago sales were $7.53B, an estimated increase of 2.40% from the year-ago figure. For the next quarter, 9 analysts are estimating revenue of $8.64B, a decrease of -1.50% less than the figure of $2.40% in the same quarter last year. There is a high estimate of $9.11B for the next quarter, whereas the lowest estimate is $8.31B.
A total of 25 analysts have provided revenue estimates for SAP’s current fiscal year. The highest revenue estimate was $31.5B, while the lowest revenue estimate was $29.09B, resulting in an average revenue estimate of $30.66B. In the same quarter a year ago, actual revenue was $30.57B, up 0.30% from the average estimate. Based on 27 analysts’ estimates, the company’s revenue will be $32.77B in the next fiscal year. The high estimate is $34.3B and the low estimate is $30.92B. The average revenue growth estimate for next year is up 6.90% from the average revenue estimate for this year.