As at Nov 29, 2023, the AFL stock has a PE ratio of 10.67. This is based on the current EPS of $7.65 and the stock price of $81.63 per share. An increase of 10% has been seen in the P/E ratio compared to the average of 9.7 of the last 4 quarters.
The mean historical PE ratio of Aflac over the last ten years is 9.59. The current 10.67 PE ratio is 11% above the historical average. Over the past ten years, AFL's PE ratio was at its highest in the Jun 2019 quarter at 13.3, with a price of $54.81 and an EPS of $4.12. The Sep 2020 quarter recorded the bottom point at 5.66, with a price of $36.35 and an EPS of $6.42.
Maximum annual increase: 59.21% in 2018
Maximum annual decrease: -44.07% in 2020
The current PE ratio of AFL is greater than its 3, 5 and 10-year historical averages.
AFL's PE ratio is lower than its peer stocks CI and PFG, but it is greater than UNM's and CNO's. Aflac is presently trading at a lower PE ratio (10.67) than its peer group average of 12.48.
|Stock name||PE ratio||Market cap|
|UNM Unum Group||6.79||$8.26B|
|CNO CNO Financial Group Inc||10.48||$2.94B|
|AFL Aflac Inc||10.67||$47.7B|
|PFG Principal Financial Group Inc||11.74||$17.68B|
|AAME Atlantic American Corp||14.62||$38.76M|
|CI Cigna Corp||14.63||$76.92B|
|AIZ Assurant Inc||16.61||$8.61B|
AFL's price to earnings ratio is 10.67 as of Nov 29, 2023.
The average PE ratio for AFL stock over the past 3 years is 8.45.
The average PE ratio for AFL stock over the past 5 years is 9.34.
In the last ten years, the Jun 2019 quarter recorded the highest quarterly PE ratio at 13.3.
AFL's current price to earnings ratio is 11% above its 10-year historical average.
The PE ratio is calculated by dividing the most recent price of a stock by its trailing twelve months EPS. As of today (Nov 29, 2023), Aflac's stock price is $81.63. The earnings per share for the trailing twelve months (TTM) ending Sep 2023 is $7.65. Therefore, Aflac's P/E ratio for today is 10.67.
PE RATIO(10.67) = STOCK PRICE($81.63) / TTM EPS($7.65)
All PE ratio stats are based on quarterly TTM periods, unless otherwise specified.