Here's What You May Have Missed About Johnson Controls International (JCI)

After moving 1.2% during today's afternoon session, Johnson Controls International is now trading at a price of $59.78 per share. On average, analysts give it a target price of $72.79.

Johnson Controls International plc, together with its subsidiaries, engages in engineering, manufacturing, commissioning, and retrofitting building products and systems in the United States, Europe, the Asia Pacific, and internationally.

Johnson Controls International Investors Should Consider This:

  • Johnson Controls International has moved 11.0% over the last year.

  • The company has a price to earnings growth (PEG) ratio of 1.08. A number between 0 and 1 could mean that the market is undervaluing Johnson Controls International's estimated growth potential

  • Its Price to Book (P/B) ratio is 2.49

  • Johnson Controls International currently returns an annual dividend yield of 2.4%.

Understanding Johnson Controls International's Operating Margins

Date Reported Total Revenue ($ k) Operating Expenses ($ k) Operating Margins (%) YoY Growth (%)
2022-11-15 25,299,000 -5,945,000 9 -25.0
2021-11-15 23,668,000 -5,258,000 12 50.0
2020-11-16 22,317,000 -5,665,000 8 33.33
2019-11-21 23,968,000 -6,244,000 6 -33.33
2018-11-20 23,400,000 -5,642,000 9 12.5
2017-11-21 22,835,000 -5,723,000 8

Averaging out to 8.7% over the last 6 years, Johnson Controls International's operating margins are lagging the Farm & Heavy Construction Machinery industry average of 13.8%. The firm's margins exhibit a relatively stable growth trend of 2.9%.

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