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A Look at Sectors Performance and Their P/E Ratios

By KlickAnalytics Data Insights  |   July 11, 2024 10:01AM 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 Materials0.48%26.33
Communication Services0.56%37.45
Consumer Cyclical-0.05%31.59
Consumer Defensive-0.20%24.03
Financial Services0.77%18.54
Real Estate0.41%41.23
The sector-wise performance and corresponding price-to-earnings (PE) data for various sectors are as follows:

- Basic Materials: 0.48% change, PE of 26.33
- Communication Services: 0.56% change, PE of 37.45
- Consumer Cyclical: -0.05% change, PE of 31.59
- Consumer Defensive: -0.20% change, PE of 24.03
- Energy: 0.66% change, PE of 14.44
- Financial Services: 0.77% change, PE of 18.54
- Healthcare: 1.04% change, PE of 54.28
- Industrials: 0.59% change, PE of 29.11
- Real Estate: 0.41% change, PE of 41.23
- Technology: 0.88% change, PE of 45.61
- Utilities: 0.54% change, PE of 19.04

Overall, most sectors saw positive changes in their performances, with healthcare having the highest change and highest PE ratio. Energy had the lowest PE ratio among the sectors listed.

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  • Sectors Performances
  • Top 100 Stocks
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