As at Oct 2, 2023, the VMC stock has a PE ratio of 36.8. This is based on the current EPS of $5.46 and the stock price of $200.93 per share. A decrease of 4.9% has been seen in the P/E ratio compared to the average of 38.7 of the last 4 quarters.
The mean historical PE ratio of Vulcan Materials over the last ten years is 47.75. The current 36.8 PE ratio is 23% below the historical average. Over the past ten years, VMC's PE ratio was at its highest in the Dec 2013 quarter at 312.74, with a price of $59.42 and an EPS of $0.19. The Sep 2018 quarter recorded the bottom point at 20.48, with a price of $111.2 and an EPS of $5.43.
Maximum annual increase: 35.79% in 2015
Maximum annual decrease: -86.53% in 2014
VMC's current P/E ratio is above the 3 and 5-year historical averages, but it is below the 10-year average.
Compared to its peer stocks MLM and MAS, VMC's PE ratio stands higher. Vulcan Materials is presently trading at a higher PE ratio (36.8) than its peer group average of 16.29.
|Stock name||PE ratio||Market cap|
|MDU Mdu Resources Group Inc||8.68||$3.78B|
|MAS Masco Corp||14.54||$11.64B|
|AWI Armstrong World Industries Inc||14.85||$3.13B|
|MLM Martin Marietta Materials Inc||26.54||$25.05B|
|VMC Vulcan Materials CO||36.71||$26.63B|
As of Oct 2, 2023, VMC stock has a price to earnings ratio of 36.8.
As an average over the last 3 years, VMC stock has a PE ratio of 36.7.
As an average over the last 5 years, VMC stock has a PE ratio of 33.28.
Over the last ten years, the quarterly PE ratio reached a historic high of 312.74 in the Dec 2013 quarter.
VMC's current price to earnings ratio is 23% 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), Vulcan Materials's stock price is $200.93. The earnings per share for the trailing twelve months (TTM) ending Jun 2023 is $5.46. Therefore, Vulcan Materials's P/E ratio for today is 36.8.
PE RATIO(36.8) = STOCK PRICE($200.93) / TTM EPS($5.46)
All PE ratio stats are based on quarterly TTM periods, unless otherwise specified.