PEP Stock Pepsico Inc - Complete Overview
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|Avg Daily Volume||3.9M|
PEPSICO INC (PEP) OVERVIEW
PEP stock is a beer & liquor company traded on Nyse. It is valued at 159.23B US dollars. There are 1.42B shares outstanding which Pepsico Inc issued to investors. Volatility of the stock is LOW, and the daily volume is 11.31% stock on average. Pepsico Inc is paying dividends with the latest yield of 2.80%. It brought investors a total return of 6.20% over the last 12 months. Pepsico Inc stock is reasonably priced. It's P/E ratio is near the market average.
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|Price to Earnings||32.98||24.59||58.81||28.93|
|Price to Book Value||14.42||5.61||7.76||3.54|
|Price to Sales||2.51||2.85||4.47||3.29|
|Return on Equity||39.80%||16.52%||22.75%||14.88%|
|Return on Assets||6.30%||8.62%||6.30%||5.48%|