What Canadian Natural Resources (CNQ) Investors Need to Know

Canadian Natural Resources marked a 0.7% change today, compared to 0.0% for the S&P 500. Is it a good value at today's price of $55.53? Only an in-depth analysis can answer that question, but here are some facts that can give you an idea:

  • Canadian Natural Resources Limited acquires, explores for, develops, produces, markets, and sells crude oil, natural gas, and natural gas liquids (NGLs).

  • Canadian Natural Resources belongs to the Energy sector, which has an average price to earnings (P/E) ratio of 7.54 and an average price to book (P/B) of 1.68

  • The company's P/B ratio is 1.58

  • Canadian Natural Resources has a trailing 12 month Price to Earnings (P/E) ratio of 8.8 based on its trailing 12 month price to earnings (EPS) of $6.3 per share

  • Its forward P/E ratio is 8.2, based on its forward earnings per share (EPS) of $6.79

  • CNQ has a Price to Earnings Growth (PEG) ratio of -1.33, which shows the company has a fair value when we factor growth into the price to earnings calculus.

  • Over the last four years, Canadian Natural Resources has averaged free cash flows of $7.93 Billion, which on average grew 28.2%

  • CNQ's gross profit margins have averaged 22.9 % over the last four years and during this time they had a growth rate of 6.0 % and a coefficient of variability of 66.9 %.

  • Canadian Natural Resources has moved -15.9% over the last year compared to -0.2% for the S&P 500 -- a difference of -16.0%

  • CNQ has an average analyst rating of buy and is -16.96% away from its mean target price of $66.87 per share

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