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49.48 +0.50    +1.02%
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Type:  Equity
Market:  United States
  • Volume: 2,475,613
  • Bid/Ask: 0.00 / 0.00
  • Day's Range: 48.42 - 49.71
Zions 49.48 +0.50 +1.02%

ZION Ratios

 
Assess the performance of Zions (ZION). This table contains core financial ratios such as Price-to-Earnings (P/E ratio), Return-On-Investment (ROI), Earnings per share (EPS), Dividend yield and others based on Zions Bancorporation's latest financial reports. Compare the performance metrics of Zions (ZION) against the industry averages.
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Name Company Industry
   
P/E Ratio TTM 12.32 15
Price to Sales TTM 2.48 2.8
Price to Cash Flow MRQ 4 14.6
Price to Free Cash Flow TTM 8.9 16.95
Price to Book MRQ 1.34 1.2
Price to Tangible Book MRQ 1.68 1.1
   
Profitability: TTM vs 5 Year Average Margins
 TTM (%)
 5 Year Avg. (%)
Gross margin TTM - 2.88
Gross Margin 5YA 0% 2.84
Operating margin TTM 34% 36.4
Operating margin 5YA 38.48% 35.43
Pretax margin TTM 27.66% 35.77
Pretax margin 5YA 36.26% 34.24
Net Profit margin TTM 21.56% 29.59
Net Profit margin 5YA 28.31% 27.85
   
Revenue/Share TTM 19.77 243.23
Basic EPS ANN 4.35 66.91
Diluted EPS ANN 4.35 66.45
Book Value/Share MRQ 36.51 868.68
Tangible Book Value/Share MRQ 29.34 791.51
Cash/Share MRQ 10.86 4,420.57
Cash Flow/Share TTM 6.27 148.16
   
Management Effectiveness: TTM vs 5 Year Average Margins
 TTM (%)
 5 Year Avg. (%)
Return on Equity TTM 11.59% 10.93
Return on Equity 5YA 12.59% 9.91
Return on Assets TTM 0.72% 0.94
Return on Assets 5YA 1.01% 0.89
Return on Investment TTM 5.1% 3.91
Return on Investment 5YA 7.63% 3.9
   
EPS(MRQ) vs Qtr. 1 Yr. Ago MRQ -27.59% 58.34
EPS(TTM) vs TTM 1 Yr. Ago TTM -32.08% 17.82
5 Year EPS Growth 5YA -0.04% 5.84
Sales (MRQ) vs Qtr. 1 Yr. Ago MRQ -8.19% 4.31
Sales (TTM) vs TTM 1 Yr. Ago TTM -6.02% 8.4
5 Year Sales Growth 5YA 1.12% 4.94
5 Year Capital Spending Growth 5YA -2.61% 2.48
   
Quick Ratio MRQ 0.05 0.77
Current Ratio MRQ - 0.57
LT Debt to Equity MRQ 10.02% 106.18
Total Debt to Equity MRQ 111.71% 198.55
Efficiency    
Asset Turnover TTM - 0.01
Inventory Turnover TTM - 0.43
Revenue/Employee TTM 301.48K 55.29M
Net Income/Employee TTM 64.99K 25.88M
Receivable Turnover TTM - 0.05
   
Dividend Yield ANN 3.81% 4.48
Dividend Yield 5 Year Avg. 5YA 3.88% 3.73
Dividend Growth Rate ANN - 28.37
Payout Ratio TTM - 17.94
TTM = Trailing Twelve Months  5YA = 5-Year Average  MRQ = Most Recent Quarter
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Barber Jindo M Nov 09, 2023 9:51PM ET
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I vote 82% in favor to bullish
Edward Lee
Fibonacci6180 Nov 08, 2023 8:01PM ET
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Trading idea - Entry point has to be over 32/61.80%
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Jibran Javed Jul 20, 2023 1:05PM ET
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what a stock,make u rich in months
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everyone in the thread is dead wrong bahahha
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this stock is crap
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JERUSALEM IS CAPITOL OF ISRAEL!
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Shorting banks looks like the play til the end of June, which Bank? I dont think it matters
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The 6/12 update from Zions was essentially an "earnings warning", without actually calling it such. This is why there were two price downgrades today and two yesterday. Morgan Stanley is at the low end of $26 per share, but even that may be generous. Based on what I read, Q2 earnings will be well below $1.33 per share.
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As long as earnings stay above $1.00 per quarter, Zions will continue paying $0.41 dividend. Question is with cost of financing existing loans up 1% already in May as reported by bank on 6/12/2023,will Zions be able to continue dividend in Q4 with two more rate hikes this year. I think EPS will fall way below $1.00. Simple math: current earnings is $200M per quarter. With cost of money uo 1..5% on 58B in existing loans, that's an additional 870M per year, or 217M per quarter.This is more than current earnings!
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interesting
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what a junk piece
 
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