The Coca-Cola Company

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Sector: Soft Drinks
Ticker: KO
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Profitability Analysis of The Coca-Cola Company ( KO | USA)

The Profitability Score is a relevant measure for the assessment of a stock attractiveness. The Coca-Cola Company shows a Profitability Score of 9.00.
The Profitability Score for The Coca-Cola Company is significantly higher than its peer group's. This means that The Coca-Cola Company has a significantly higher profitability than its peer group.

Valuation
EV/EBITDA LastEV/EBITDA(e) 2021EV/EBITDA NTM
The Coca-Cola CompanyFree trialFree trialFree trial
International PeersFree trialFree trialFree trial
Soft Drinks10.2711.6111.85
DJIA17.1515.7215.82
United States of America3.5010.5710.47
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Beta (Ref: DJIA)
Levered betaUnlevered beta
1-Year0.840.76
2-Year0.930.84
3-Year0.840.76
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Stock Perf excl. Dividends (in USD)
KODJIARel. Perf.
Year-to-Date-1.3%9.7%-11.0%
1-Week0.4%-1.9%2.2%
1-Month1.6%-0.5%2.1%
1-Year20.7%41.3%-20.7%
3-Year28.4%35.3%-6.9%
5-Year18.0%89.5%-71.5%
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GPRV Analysis
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Intl. Peers
U.S Patents No. 7,882,001 & 8,082,201
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International Peers - The Coca-Cola Company
Company NameCtryMarket
Cap.
last (mUSD)
The Coca-Cola CompanyUSA233 182
International Peers Median0.35
PepsiCo Inc.USA199 273
Suntory Beverage & Food...JPN10 540
National Beverage Corp.USA4 210
Keurig Dr Pepper Inc.USA50 216
Fraser & Neave Holdings...MYS2 555
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About Stock Profitability Analysis

Aggregated Profitability Score
In GPRV, the Aggregated Profitability Score is the average of the profitability indicators' scores.

EBIT Margin Historical
This is a weighted average of the Historical EBIT Margins.
Calculation: (using up to 5 years of historical data when available)
[EBIT Margin year N*5 + EBIT Margin year (N-1)*4 + EBIT Margin year (N-2)*3 + EBIT Margin year (N-3)*2 + EBIT Margin (N-4)] / 15

EBIT Margin NTM
This is an estimate for EBIT Margin over the Next Twelve Months.
Calculation:
EBIT NTM / Net Sales NTM using estimates consensus for EBIT and Net Sales

ROCE Historical
This is a weighted average of the Historical Returns On Capital Employed.
Calculation: (using up to 5 years of historical data when available)
[ROCE year N*5 + ROCE year (N-1)*4 + ROCE year (N-2)*3 + ROCE year (N-3)*2 + ROCE year (N-4)] / 15

ROE Last
ROE (Return on Equity) is one of the most widely used measures of how well a company is performing for its shareholders, as it indicates how much was earned for each unit invested by the owners. It is a relatively straightforward benchmark for investors to compare the company's use of its equity against other investments.
Calculation:
ROE=Net profit after preferred dividends (Last) / Average total equity for the last 2 years (in %)

Dividend Yield NTM
This is an estimate for Dividend Yield over the Next Twelve Months.
Calculation:
The median of dividend per share estimates divided by the last share price.