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CONSOLIDATED EDISON, INC. (ED) News
Is It Undervalued? Look at the P/E Ratio: Consolidated Edison, Inc. (ED)
Consolidated Edison, Inc. (NYSE:ED) shares were trading higher by 0.69 percent ($0.6) at $87.5 a piece in Monday’s session. It had closed the previous session at $86.9. ED trades with a P/S ratio of 2.3. This is lower than the both industry’s 3.12 and the wider sector’s 4.2. A low price-to-sales ratio, typically less than 1.0, is considered a good value. Also, it has an estimated price-earnings (P/E) multiple of 20.56 and a trailing 12-month price-earnings (P/E) multiple of 21.92. Shares of ED have uptrended 3.44% in the past three months, while the S&P 500 has moved -3.43% in that time. Consolidated Edison, Inc. (ED) has a market cap of $27.06 billion and over the last 12 months, Consolidated Edison, Inc. (NYSE:ED) has gone stronger by 23.83%. During the last 52 weeks, the (NYSE:ED) price has been as high as $89.58 and as low as $68.85. Consolidated Edison, Inc. earnings have risen with an annualized rate of 2.9% over the last 5 years.
Consolidated Edison, Inc. (Mean Target Price: $80.45)
The average 1-year price target for Consolidated Edison, Inc. (ED) — averaging the work of different analysts — reveals a mean PT of $80.45/share. That’s a potential -8.06 decrease relative to where Consolidated Edison, Inc. (NYSE:ED) has been trading recently. The current price is seen ranging between $86.82 and $87.71. There are brokerage firms with lower targets than the average, including one setting a price target of $75. And then on the other side of the spectrum one analyst entrenched in the bullish camp has a target as high as $92.
Consolidated Edison, Inc. (ED) Consensus Recommendation
The collective rating of 3.4 for Consolidated Edison, Inc. (NYSE:ED) also leans strongly towards the bearish end of the spectrum. Of the 14 analysts surveyed by Reuters that track ED 7 of them rate its stock a hold. The other 7, though not evenly; between analysts who think you should buy Consolidated Edison, Inc. versus those who think you should sell it. A 1 analysts rate it as either a buy or a strong buy, while6 believe that investors should either steer clear of ED or, if they already own its stock, sell it.Get Started today! - Risk Free