Dixons Retail plc EV/EBITDA ratio (GB0000472455 - ticker:DSGI)
The EV/EBITDA ratio is a relevant financial ratio for business valuation. Dixons Retail plc shows a EV/EBITDA ratio of [#EVEBITDA_COMP#] for the next 12 months.
This financial ratio is significantly lower than the median of its peer group: 10.80. According to these financial ratios Dixons Retail plc's valuation is way below the market valuation of its peer group.
This is significantly lower than the average of its sector (Software) 9.90. According to these financial ratios Dixons Retail plc's valuation is way below the market valuation of its sector.
EV/EBITDA ratio of Dixons Retail plc (GB0000472455 - DSGI) compared to its main competitors
|Dixons Retail plcPeer group:||Ratios based on Mon, 31 Aug 2015.|
|Dixons Retail plc Benchmark|
next 12 mth
|Company||Dixons Retail plc||N/A|
|Peer group||Dixons Retail plc excluded||10.80|
|Dixons Retail plc included||10.80|
|STOXX Europe 600||8.45|
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