Here's a Quick Look Into the Fundamentals of Teleperformance SE (TLPFF) Stock

Teleperformance SE moved 1.5% this afternoon session, trading between a high of $170.42 and a low of $170.42 per share. Yesterday the stock finished at $167.89 per share, compared to an average analyst target price of $301.44.

Teleperformance SE, together with its subsidiaries, engages in the provision of outsourced customer and citizen experience management, and related services in France and internationally. The Large-Cap specialty business services company is based in France, and over the last twelve months it has returned a dividend yield of 2.3%. Teleperformance SE has trailing twelve months earnings per share (EPS) of 11.74, which at today's prices amounts to a price to earnings (P/E) ratio of 14.5.

Based on its expected future earnings growth, the company has a price to earnings growth (PEG) ratio of None. Usually a PEG ratio between 0 and 1 indicates a potentially undervalued company.

Overview of the Company's Gross Margins:

Date Reported Revenue ($ k) Cost of Revenue ($ k) Gross Margins (%) YoY Growth (%)
2022-12-31 8,154,000 5,485,000 32.73 6.72
2021-12-31 7,115,000 4,933,000 30.67 -0.52
2020-12-31 5,732,000 3,965,000 30.83 -6.09
2019-12-31 5,355,000 3,597,000 32.83 n/a

Teleperformance SE's 31.8% average gross margins are thinner than the 31.2% average of the Specialty Business Services industry, implying that the firm might be lacking in competitivity.

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