As at Oct 2, 2023, the ENS stock has a PE ratio of 18.08. This is based on the current EPS of $5.18 and the stock price of $93.67 per share. A decrease of 11% has been seen in the P/E ratio compared to the average of 20.3 of the last 4 quarters.
The mean historical PE ratio of EnerSys over the last ten years is 21.08. The current 18.08 PE ratio is 14% below the historical average. Over the past ten years, ENS's PE ratio was at its highest in the Jan 2021 quarter at 32.7, with a price of $83.06 and an EPS of $2.54. The Sep 2015 quarter recorded the bottom point at 14.04, with a price of $51.66 and an EPS of $3.68.
Maximum annual increase: 75.73% in 2021
Maximum annual decrease: -30.38% in 2019
The current PE ratio of ENS is below the 3, 5 and 10-year averages.
As of Oct 2, 2023, ENS stock has a price to earnings ratio of 18.08.
Over the last 3 years, the average price to earnings ratio for ENS stock is 23.56.
Over the last 5 years, the average price to earnings ratio for ENS stock is 21.45.
Over the last ten years, the quarterly PE ratio reached a historic high of 32.7 in the Jan 2021 quarter.
ENS's current price to earnings ratio is 14% below 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 (Oct 2, 2023), EnerSys's stock price is $93.67. The earnings per share for the trailing twelve months (TTM) ending Jul 2023 is $5.18. Therefore, EnerSys's P/E ratio for today is 18.08.
PE RATIO(18.08) = STOCK PRICE($93.67) / TTM EPS($5.18)
All PE ratio stats are based on quarterly TTM periods, unless otherwise specified.