Enterprise Value to Operating Profit TTM

The Enterprise Value to Operating Profit Ratio, or EV / EBIT Ratio, contrasts a company’s Enterprise Value to its EBIT. It is defined as Enterprise Value divided by EBIT. This is measured on a TTM basis.

Stockopedia explains EV / EBIT

EBIT stands for Earnings Before Interest and Tax. It is a measure of a company’s earnings before they adjusted to account for Interest and Tax, which are not related directly to operational performance.

EV to Operating Profit (or EV to EBIT) is similar to EV/EBITDA, with which it shares the advantage of valuing a company regardless of its capital structure. It is less commonly used since it doesn't add back depreciation and amortisation.

This is measured on a TTM basis.

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The 5 lowest EV / EBIT Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name EV / EBIT StockRank
LON:NWG Natwest -966.89 81
TYO:8346 Toho Bank -526.98 36
TYO:7161 Jimoto Holdings Inc -488.16 25
TYO:8350 Michinoku Bank -255.76 34
NSI:GRSE Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers -228.98 52
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