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Spectrum Brands Holdings
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Key Stats
Prev. Close$84.42
Next Earnings DateSep 24, 2024
PE Ratio-
Day Range84.00
52 Week Range65.27
Payout Ratio-
Industry average yield2.86%
Last Dividend pay dateJun 18, 2024

Stock Analysis


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Stock Performance

US Consumer Defensive Sectorarrow_drop_up0.24%
US Marketarrow_drop_up0.89%
SPB / Market
SPB lose to the US Market which returned 0.89% over the last twenty four hours.
SPB / Consumer Defensive Sector
SPB lose to the US Consumer Defensive sector which returned 0.24% over the last twenty four hours.

Spectrum Brands Holdings (SPB) Statistics

Spectrum Brands Holdings Inc., also known as SPB, is a consumer products company that manufactures, markets, and distributes a wide range of household products. The company's portfolio includes well-known brands such as Rayovac batteries, Remington personal care products, George Foreman grills, and Black + Decker home appliances. SPB operates in four segments: Global Batteries & Appliances, Global Pet Supplies, Home and Garden, and Hardware & Home Improvement. With a diverse product offering, Spectrum Brands caters to the needs of consumers across various categories.

When it comes to valuation metrics, SPB has a market capitalization of $X billion. The company also has a price-to-earnings ratio of X and a price-to-sales ratio of X. These metrics indicate the market's perception of Spectrum Brands' value relative to its earnings and revenue. Additionally, SPB has a price-to-book ratio of X, which reflects the company's book value per share. This ratio is often used by investors to assess whether a stock is over or underpriced.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much debt does Spectrum Brands Holdings (SPB) have?

Spectrum Brands Holdings (SPB) has a total debt of $1.48B. The net debt, which accounts for cash and cash equivalents against the total debt, is $739M.

How has Spectrum Brands Holdings (SPB) stock's performance compared to its sector and the market over the past year?

Over the past year, Spectrum Brands Holdings (SPB) has experienced a price change of . Compared to the Consumer Defensive sector, which saw a change of 25.12%, Spectrum Brands Holdings has underperformed compared to its sector, indicating its relative standing within the Consumer Defensive sector. Against the broader market's change of 11.42%, it has fallen short of the market average. This comparison highlights Spectrum Brands Holdings 's performance relative to both its sector and the overall market over the last year.

What is the PE ratio of Spectrum Brands Holdings (SPB) stock?

The PE ratio for Spectrum Brands Holdings (SPB) is currently not available. This could be due to a variety of factors such as the company not having positive earnings at the moment or recent updates not being reflected.

What is the EPS of Spectrum Brands Holdings (SPB) stock?

The Earnings Per Share (EPS) for Spectrum Brands Holdings (SPB), calculated on a diluted basis, is -$1.01. EPS is a key indicator of a company's profitability, showing the portion of a company's profit allocated to each outstanding share of common stock.

What is the operating margin of Spectrum Brands Holdings (SPB) stock?

The operating margin for Spectrum Brands Holdings (SPB) is 8.05%. This metric represents the percentage of revenue that remains after paying for variable production costs, indicating the efficiency and profitability of the company's core business operations.

What is the EBITDA of Spectrum Brands Holdings (SPB) stock?

The EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization) of Spectrum Brands Holdings (SPB) is $298.5M. EBITDA is a widely used earnings metric to assess a company's operational efficiency and profitability before the impact of non-operating decisions such as financing, accounting, and tax environments.


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