Adidas AG EV/EBITDA ratio (DE000A1EWWW0 - ticker:ADS)


The EV/EBITDA ratio is a relevant financial ratio for business valuation. Adidas AG shows a EV/EBITDA ratio of 10.31 for the next 12 months.
This financial ratio is significantly lower than the median of its peer group: 14.28. According to these financial ratios Adidas AG's valuation is way below the market valuation of its peer group.
This is slightly lower than the average of its sector (Software) 10.36. According to these financial ratios Adidas AG's valuation is consistent with the market valuation of its sector.

EV/EBITDA ratio of Adidas AG (DE000A1EWWW0 - ADS) compared to its main competitors

Adidas AGPeer group:Ratios based on Fri, 27 Mar 2015.
Adidas AG Peer group
Enterprise ValueEV/EBITDARelevance
(in thousands USD) 2015next 12 mthScore
Adidas AG15 992 89210.6310.31
Nike Inc83 441 19015.5915.89100%
PUMA SE2 523 22111.0010.5496%
Geox SpA1 004 60012.3811.1487%
Wolverine World Wide...3 991 62312.9012.6184%
Yue Yuen Industrial ...6 271 8018.368.0280%
Skechers USA Inc3 274 3049.569.1880%
Adidas AG Benchmark
next 12 mth
CompanyAdidas AG10.31
Peer groupAdidas AG excluded14.28
Adidas AG included13.57
S&P 50010.13
STOXX Europe 6009.27

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