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STX Seagate Technology PE ratio, current and historical analysis

The current PE ratio of STX can't be determined, as the TTM EPS of -$1.3 is negative. The last PE ratio of Seagate Technology, recorded in December 2022, was 18.2.

STX PE ratio history

How has STX's PE ratio performed in the past

The PE ratio of Seagate Technology has averaged 14.3 over the last ten years. Over the past ten years, STX's PE ratio was at its highest in the Apr 2016 quarter at 32.09, when the stock price was $33.69 and the EPS was $1.05. The lowest value was in the Dec 2018 quarter, when it reached 6.56 with a price of $38.35 and an EPS of $5.85.

Average
14.3
Median
12.34
Minimum
6.56
Maximum
32.09

Seagate Technology PE ratio by year

Maximum annual increase: 223.46% in 2016

Maximum annual decrease: -52% in 2019

Year PE ratio Change
2023 N/A N/A
2022 9.21 -42.55%
2021 16.03 29.69%
2020 12.36 86.99%
2019 6.61 -52%
2018 13.77 -7.27%
2017 14.85 -48.7%
2016 28.95 223.46%
2015 8.95 -26.7%
2014 12.21 35.37%

STX average PE ratio chart

What is the average PE ratio of STX for the past years
3-year avg
12.93
5-year avg
12.15
10-year avg
14.3
15-year avg
12.31

STX PE vs peers

What is STX's PE ratio compared to its peers
Stock name PE ratio Market cap
HPQ Hp Inc 12.12 $35.59B
NTAP NetApp Inc 26.93 $26.27B
MSFT Microsoft Corp 38.81 $3.34T
WDC Western Digital Corp N/A $24.75B
STX Seagate Technology plc N/A $21.66B

Frequently asked questions

What is Seagate Technology's PE ratio?

The current price to earnings ratio of STX can't be calculated, as its EPS of -$1.3 is negative.

What is the 3-year average PE ratio for Seagate Technology (STX)?

As an average over the last 3 years, STX stock has a PE ratio of 12.93.

What is the 5-year average PE ratio for Seagate Technology (STX)?

As an average over the last 5 years, STX stock has a PE ratio of 12.15.

What is the highest PE ratio for STX?

Over the last ten years, the quarterly PE ratio reached a historic high of 32.09 in the Apr 2016 quarter.

All PE ratio stats are based on quarterly TTM periods, unless otherwise specified.