Dun & Bradstreet Stock Analysis, Valuation (NYSE:DNB)

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$111.03 $1.29 (1.18%) DNB stock closing price Sep 18, 2017 (Closing)
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Dun & Bradstreet
Updated on : Sep 18, 2017
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DNB 111 (0%)
S&P 500 2503.9 (0%)
Closing Price On: Sep 18, 2017
stock rating
RATING: ★★★★★★★★★★ (0/5)
Industry :
Business Information Services
Sector :
Business Services
5 Quarter Revenue
Revenue Growth
2017-Q2
$million
%
YOY GROWTH
Compared to the industry
Long Term Growth
5 Year CAGR:
-0.1%
Operating Profit
Operating Margin:
21.9%
Sector Average:
8.3%
5 Quarter Net Profit
Net Margins
2017-Q2
%
LTM Margin
Compared to the industry
Cash Flow
Operating cash flow:
$52.7M
Net Income:
$45.1M
Dividend Yield
DNB dividend yield:
1.77%
PROS      CONS
Operating Margins
Net Margins
ROIC
FCF Margin
PE Valuation
Long Term Growth
Rating: ★★★★★★★★★★ (0/5)
Relative Valuation
DNB PS :
2.4
Industry PS :
1.6
Sector:   Business Services.   *PE adjusted for one time items.
Other Metrics
Return on Invested Capital:
22.9%
Free Cash Flow Margin:
12.3%
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View Dun & Bradstreet stock analysis video. This is our DNB analyst opinion covering the buy and sell arguments for DNB stock.

Dun & Bradstreet Corp Stock Rating (3.1/5)

Our Dun & Bradstreet stock opinion is based on fundamentals of the company. This Dun & Bradstreet stock analysis is based on latest 2017 Q2 earnings. The stock price analysis takes into account the company's valuation metrics.

Should you buy DNB stock?

  • Dun & Bradstreet's average operating margin of 21.9% was exceptional.
  • Net margins stood at a healthy 6.4% (average) for Dun & Bradstreet in the Trailing Twelve Months.
  • DNB stock is trading at an earnings multiple of 15.6 which is better than the industry average of 22.6.
  • Dun & Bradstreet generates a high return on invested capital of 22.9%.
  • The company has a healthy free cash flow margin of 12.3%.

Should you sell DNB stock?

  • Revenue declined at a CAGR of -0.1% over the last 5 years.

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