Manulife Financial Corp.

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Sector: Life Insurance
Ticker: MFC
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Profitability Analysis of Manulife Financial Corp. ( MFC | CAN)

The Profitability Score is a relevant measure for the assessment of a stock attractiveness. Manulife Financial Corp. shows a Profitability Score of 5.00.
The Profitability Score for Manulife Financial Corp. is significantly higher than its peer group's. This means that Manulife Financial Corp. has a significantly higher profitability than its peer group.

Valuation
P/BookP/Earnings (e) 2021P/Earnings NTM
Manulife Financial Corp.Free trialFree trialFree trial
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Life Insurance0.869.048.50
S&P/TSX1.6313.5412.19
Canada1.176.047.08
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Beta (Ref: S&P/TSX)
Levered betaUnlevered beta
1-YearN/AN/A
2-YearN/AN/A
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Stock Perf excl. Dividends (in CAD)
MFCS&P/TSXRel. Perf.
Year-to-Date-7.1%N/AN/A
1-Week2.5%N/AN/A
1-Month-0.8%N/AN/A
1-Year-9.2%N/AN/A
3-Year-4.6%N/AN/A
5-Year-11.9%N/AN/A
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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 - Manulife Financial Corp.
Company NameCtryMarket
Cap.
last (mUSD)
Manulife Financial Corp...CAN31 268
International Peers Median1.30
iA Financial Corp., Inc...CAN6 273
Great-West Lifeco Inc.CAN21 383
Sun Life Financial Inc.CAN24 560
Lincoln National Corpor...CAN8 261
MetLife Inc.CAN52 051
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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.