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A Look at Sectors Performance and Their P/E Ratios

By KlickAnalytics Data Insights  |   June 11, 2024 04:01PM ET

Sectors Performances and PE

Following are the Sector-Wise Performance and the Corresponding Price-to-Earnings Data for each Sectors.

Sector1 Day Change (%)Price-to-earnings (PE)
Basic Materials1.39%25.96
Communication Services0.66%39.40
Consumer Cyclical-0.01%32.94
Consumer Defensive-0.15%24.01
Financial Services-0.84%17.45
Real Estate0.42%39.65
The stock market saw varied performances across different sectors in terms of 1-day change percentages. Energy sector outperformed with a 2.03% increase, followed by Utilities with a 2.15% gain, while Financial Services and Consumer Cyclical sectors experienced slight declines.

When looking at the price-to-earnings (PE) ratios, Healthcare sector had the highest PE ratio of 52.69, indicating potentially high growth expectations for companies in this sector. Technology sector followed closely behind with a PE ratio of 42.77, signaling investor confidence in tech companies. On the other hand, Energy sector had a relatively lower PE ratio of 14.60, suggesting potential undervaluation in this sector.

Overall, the data shows a mixed performance among different sectors, with investors potentially favoring high-growth sectors like Healthcare and Technology while being cautious towards industries like Financial Services and Consumer Defensive.

For more information:
  • Sectors Performances
  • Top 100 Stocks
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