L'Oreal SA EV/EBITDA ratio (FR0000120321 - ticker:OR)


The EV/EBITDA ratio is a relevant financial ratio for business valuation. L'Oreal SA 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: 12.67. According to these financial ratios L'Oreal SA's valuation is way below the market valuation of its peer group.
This is significantly lower than the average of its sector (Software) 8.72. According to these financial ratios L'Oreal SA's valuation is way below the market valuation of its sector.

EV/EBITDA ratio of L'Oreal SA (FR0000120321 - OR) compared to its main competitors

L'Oreal SAPeer group:Ratios based on Fri, 24 Oct 2014.
L'Oreal SA Peer group
Enterprise ValueEV/EBITDARelevance
(in thousands USD) 2015next 12 mthScore
L'Oreal SA82 072 425N/AN/A
Estee Lauder Compani...28 189 57011.4512.60100%
AMOREPACIFIC GROUP INC10 272 66811.1511.4577%
Amorepacific Corp13 372 11118.2018.7369%
Shiseido Co. Ltd.7 113 6149.848.2769%
The Procter & Gamble...257 130 75712.2612.7560%
Beiersdorf AG15 946 31211.7411.9560%
L'Oreal SA Benchmark
next 12 mth
CompanyL'Oreal SAN/A
Peer groupL'Oreal SA excluded12.67
L'Oreal SA included12.67
SectorPersonal Products8.72
S&P 5009.08
STOXX Europe 6007.68

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