Airbus SE (Formerly Eads)

Netherlands Country flag Netherlands
Sector: Aerospace
Ticker: AIR
ISIN: NL0000235190
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Market multiple valuation of Airbus SE ( AIR | NLD)

The most common multiple used in the valuation of stocks is the P/Earnings NTM multiple (Price to Earnings). P/E relates the current share price with the market expectations in terms of Earnings Per Share. This multiple is used to compare a company's market value with its earnings. A company with a high P/Earnings NTM is considered to be overvalued; a company with a low P/Earnings NTM is considered to be undervalued.
The P/Earnings NTM ratio of Airbus SE is lower than the median of its peer group: around 17.00. The company valuation of Airbus SE according to these metrics is below the market valuation of its peer group.
The P/Earnings NTM ratio of Airbus SE is lower than the average of its sector (Aerospace): 18.16. The company valuation of Airbus SE according to these metrics is below the market valuation of its sector.
The P/Earnings NTM ratio of Airbus SE is significantly lower than its historical 5-year average: 20.7. The (current) company valuation of Airbus SE is therefore way below its valuation average over the last five years.

P/E Last P/E (e) 2021P/E NTM
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AEX 2511.3014.0512.84
Beta (Ref: AEX 25)
Levered betaUnlevered beta
Stock Perf excl. Dividends (in EUR)
AIRAEX 25Rel. Perf.
International Peers - Airbus SE
Company NameCtryMarket
last (mUSD)
Airbus SENLD72 864
International Peers Median0.14
The Boeing CompanyUSA78 448
Thales SAFRA24 220
BAE Systems plcGBR29 286
Dassault Aviation SAFRA10 203
Bombardier Inc.CAN2 004
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Airbus SE
Intl. Peers
U.S Patents No. 7,882,001 & 8,082,201
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About Market Multiples

Many methods can be used to value a company. In reality, business valuation is often a combination of these different approaches. One of the most widely used quantitative methods is the market multiples method. The market valuation is utilized generally as a primary market input, to provide an objective starting point for the valuation. Put simply, this method multiplies the sales or profits of a business by an industry averaged multiplier to calculate the Market Value of the business.
Current multiples include:
- Historical multiples based on standardized financials for the last completed fiscal period: Last, Last Twelve Months (LTM);
- Forward multiples based on consensus estimates for the current fiscal period and next ones: Next Twelve Months (NTM), FY0, FY1.
Current multiples based on per-share metrics (such as earnings per share or book value per share) are calculated using the last closing price, while current multiples based on company-level metrics (such as net sales, EBIT or EBITDA) are calculated using the current market cap or EV (Enterprise Value).