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Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) https://www.canadianutilities.com
13.21USD
Sector
Utilities
Industry
Utilities-Diversified
Country
Canada
1y
3y
5y
10y
Historical Returns*:
-19.52%
SPY
CU-PF.TO
0.00%
SPY
22.81%
CU-PF.TO
0.00%
SPY
53.68%
CU-PF.TO
0.00%
SPY
224.99%
CU-PF.TO
0.00%
*Assumes dividends reinvested
Market Stats:
Market Capitalization($MM)
Enterprise Value($MM)
Daily Volume(MM)
3512.68
9742.26
0.005065
Valuation Metrics:
Price/Earnings Ratio
Price/Sales Ratio
Price/Book Value
FCF Yield(%)
Dividend Yield(%)
EV/EBITDA
12.15
1.36
0.68
13.30
0.00
0.00
Profitability Stats:
Operating Margin %(ttm)
Gross Profit %(ttm)
EBITDA Margin %(ttm)
23.50
66.93
0.00
Shareholder Value Creation:
Cost of Capital %(est)
ROIC %(ttm)
ROCE %(ttm)
Beta
5.402
6.59
5.55
0.40
Other Earnings and Cash Flow Stats:
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) Net Income TTM ($MM) is 487.86
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) Operating Income TTM ($MM) is 883.00
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) Owners' Earnings Annual ($MM) is 2563.05
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) Current Price to Owners' Earnings ratio is 1.38
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) EBITDA TTM ($MM) is 1295.81
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) EBITDA Margin is 0.00%
Capital Allocation:
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) has paid 0.00 dividends per share and bought back -0.40530699999999 million shares in the past 12 months
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) has increased its debt by 96.394407652686 million USD in the last 12 months
Capital Structure:
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) Interest-bearing Debt ($MM) as of last quarter is 6889
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) Annual Working Capital Investments ($MM) are 11
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) Book Value ($MM) as of last quarter is 5142
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) Debt/Capital as of last quarter is 137%
Other Balance Sheet Stats:
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) has 660 million in cash on hand as of last quarter
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) has 863 million of liabilities due within 12 months, and long term debt 6851 as of last quarter
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) has 269 common shares outstanding as of last quarter
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) has 0 million USD of preferred stock value
Academic Scores:
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) Altman Z-Score is 0.00 as of last quarter
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) Piotroski Score is 0.00 as of last quarter
Corporate Governance:
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) largest shareholder is owning shares at 0.00 ($MM) value
(an insider) shares of Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) for the amount of $ on
0.00% of Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) is held by insiders, and 0.00% is held by institutions
Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) went public on 1970-01-01
Other Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) financial metrics:
FCF:730.68
Unlevered Free Cash Flow:181.75
EPS:1.19
Operating Margin:23.50
Gross Profit Margin:66.93
Div. Payout Ratio%:0.00
Div. Growth YoY%:0.00
Equity Return%:6.41
Beta:0.40
Buffet's Owners Earnings:2563.05
Price to Owner's Earnings:1.38
About Canadian Utilities Ltd Pref F ( CU-PF.TO ) :
Canadian Utilities Limited and its subsidiaries engage in the electricity, natural gas, and retail energy businesses worldwide. It operates through Utilities, Energy Infrastructure, and Corporate & Other segments. The Utilities segment provides regulated electricity transmission and distribution services in northern and central east Alberta, the Yukon, and the Northwest Territories; and integrated natural gas transmission and distribution services in Alberta, the Lloydminster area of Saskatchewan, and Western Australia. It owns and operates approximately 9,000 kilometers of natural gas pipelines, 16 compressor sites, approximately 3,700 receipt and delivery points, and a salt cavern storage peaking facility located near Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta in Canada. The Energy Infrastructure segment provides electricity generation, natural gas storage, industrial water, and related infrastructure development solutions in Alberta, the Yukon, the Northwest Territories, Australia, Mexico, and Chile. The Corporate & Other segment retails electricity and natural gas business in Alberta. The company was incorporated in 1927 and is headquartered in Calgary, Canada. Canadian Utilities Limited is a subsidiary of ATCO Ltd.
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