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Conglomerates Sector – TRANSCORP Records Negative EPS as AGLEVENT Records +35.48% Gain.

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Sunday, December 25, 2016 9:35 AM / Proshare Markets 

The conglomerates sector, as one of the NSE Sector category, currently has six (6) listed stocks.  

A quick review of the EPS ratio of the conglomerates sector reveals that UACN tops and closely followed by CHELLARAM and JOHNHOLT while SCOA and TRANSCORP lead otherwise with negative EPS.

 

A review of the PE Ratio of the conglomerates services sector shows that JOHNHOLT and CHELLARAM top the table while AGLEVENT and SCOA lead otherwise with negative figures.

 

UACN tops conglomerates services sector on Return on Equity (RoE) ratio, while SCOA recorded the least ratio with a negative figure.

 

UACN tops conglomerates services sector’s PAT Margin as CHELLARAM follows on the ladder, while TRANSCORP and SCOA recorded the least percentage figure.

 

Conglomerates services sector records one (1) gainer to five (5) losers in 2016 as at 23rd December, 2016. AGLEVENT represents the only gainer with +35.48% while TRANSCORP tops the losers’ chart with -44.08% loss.

 

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