PRICE TO BOOK VALUE

Price to Book Value of Tate & Lyle




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Price to Book Value analysis of Tate & Lyle

07-31-2019

 Price GBP  7.55
 Book Value per share GBP  3.15
 Capitalization (mn) GBP  3,526
 Total Book Value (mn) GBP  1,474
 P/BV ratio 2.40
 Tate & Lyle dividend
 Tate & Lyle Price to Cash-Flow
 Tate & Lyle Price to earnings
 Tate & Lyle Return on Equity

Tate & Lyle is a Consumer Goods industry firm, which focus his business in Food Producers sector. Tate & Lyle offices are placed in UK, where the firm is traded.

At the date of this study, Tate & Lyle shares were being negotiated at a price of 7.55 GBP after sky rocketing a 14.50% from the beginning of the year.

Based on the following chart, where Price/Book-Value ratio is shown, Tate & Lyle has P/BV of 2.40, lower than the amount offered by both companies from UK and Food Producers subsector. This low Price to Book Value, might be a sing of a company undervalued or that the market expects a reduction in their future profits.Tate & Lyle financial data could confirm which is the explanation for such a low P/BV ratio.

Finally, you could draw a comparisson Tate & Lyle P/BV with other Food Producers companies or firms from UK.

Tate & Lyle price to book value

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