Go to the Globe and Mail homepage

Jump to main navigationJump to main content

Stock Quote Summary Add to ...

Earnings: is the trailing twelve months net income as reported by the company, unless no quarterly financial information is available, then the results for the last annual is displayed.

Return on Equity: is the latest return on common shareholders equity calculated using the trailing twelve months results, unless no quarterly financial information is available, then the results for the last annual is displayed.

Balance Sheet

Assets: the latest quarterly total assets as reported by the company is displayed, unless no quarterly financial information is available, then the results for the last annual is displayed.

Liabilities: the latest quarterly total liabilities as reported by the company is displayed, unless no quarterly financial information is available, then the results for the last annual is displayed.

Liabilities-to-Equity Ratio: this is the ratio of the companies total liabilities to its total shareholders equity. A result less than 1 indicates a company is supporting more of its activity from invested capital.

Cash Flow

Cash Flow: this is the companies latest trailing twelve month cash flow from operations, unless no quarterly financial information is available, then the results for the last annual is displayed.

Cash: this is the ending cash/short term debt balance as reported on the latest quarterly cash flow statement for the company. The latest annual ending cash/short term debt balance is used if quarterly results are not available.

Current Ratio: this is the ratio of current assets divided by current liabilities from the latest quarter, and is an indicator of short-term debt-paying ability. The higher the ratio, the more liquid the company. The latest annual current ratio is displayed if quarterly results are not available.

Price Ratios

Price to Sales: this is the ratio of the company's current price to its latest quarterly trailing twelve month sales per sales. The latest annual price to sales ratio is used if quarterly results are not available. A low price to sales ratio is usually thought to be a better investment.

Price to Boot: this is the ratio of the company's current price to its latest quarterly book value per share. Book value per share is calculated as common shareholders' equity divided by common shares outstanding at end of the indicated period. Annual price to book ratio is displayed if quarterly results are not available. Like other price to ratios the lower values are thought to be an indication of a good investment.

Price to Cash Flow: this ratio is the company's current price to its lastest trailing twelve month cash flow per share. Cash flow per share is calculated as trailing twelve month cash flow from operations divided by common shares outstanding at end of indicated period. Annual price to book ratio is displayed if quarterly results are not available. As above a lower value for the ratio is one indication of a good investment.

Event Calendar

Earnings: The last reported earnings per share and the date it was reported is listed under the Last label. The next expected reporting date and the expected consensus estimate earnings per share is displayed under the Next label.

Surprises: The last reported percentage difference between reported earnings per share and the expected consensus estimate earnings per share, and the date it was reported is listed under the Last label.

Dividends: The last dividend per share and the x-date of the dividend is shown as the Last, while the next expected dividend per share and its x-date is displayed under the Next label.

Splits: The effective date and the split ratio of the companies last split is shown under Last. The effective date of the next reported/expected split and split ratio is display under Next.



Company Information:

This section contains general information about the company being viewed. The following is a list of information displayed:

  • Description of Business
  • Related Securities of the company (click on the symbol to go to a quote for it)
  • Officers of the company CEO, CFO, and Human Resources Officer
  • Company Type
  • Company Status
  • Number of Employees
  • Where it is incorporate and date of incorporation
  • Report on Business Top 1000 by profit, revenue, and assets (if ranked)
  • Address, phone and fax
  • Corporate web address and corporate e-mail address


Competitors



This section contains a list of companies that are in the same sector and are nearest in market capitalization to the company you are viewing. The following is a list of items that you can compare to the company you are viewing.

  • Company/stock name
  • Lastest market price
  • 1-day percentage change in price
  • 5-day percentage change in price
  • Latest 12 month trailing earnings per share (EPS)
  • Latest consensus buy/sell recommendation
  • Current market capitalization
  • Current dividend yield

To view a quote summary of any of the competitors in the list just click on the name of the company.

Single page
 

In the know

Most popular videos »

Highlights

More from The Globe and Mail

Most popular