Tuesday, December 19, 2017 /03:53PM / Proshare Research
The Oil & Gas sector remains one of the most critical sectors of the Nigerian economy and as well as one of the active sectors on the Nigerian bourse.
A quick review of the EPS ratio of the oil & gas sector reveals that TOTAL tops and closely followed by MOBIL and FO while SEPLAT and JAPAULOIL lead otherwise with negative EPS.
A review of the PE Ratio of the oil & gas sector shows that OANDO and CONOIL top the table while SEPLAT and CAPOIL lead otherwise with negative figures.
TOTAL tops Oil and gas sector on Return on Equity (RoE) ratio while CAPOIL recorded the least ratio with a negative figure.
Also, FO tops oil & gas sector’s PAT Margin as MOBIL follows on the ladder, while JAPAULOIL and CAPOIL recorded the least percentage figure.
Oil & Gas sector records three (3) gainer to five (5) losers in 2017 as at 18th December, 2017. SEPLAT tops the list of gainers with +42.12% while FO tops the losers’ chart with -47.29% loss.
While, four (4) Stocks price remained unchanged so far in the year
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