Sempra Energy PE Ratio 2006-2018 | SRE

Current and historical p/e ratio for Sempra Energy (SRE) from 2006 to 2018. The price to earnings ratio is calculated by taking the latest closing price and dividing it by the most recent earnings per share (EPS) number. The PE ratio is a simple way to assess whether a stock is over or under valued and is the most widely used valuation measure. Sempra Energy PE ratio as of November 16, 2018 is 20.70.
Sempra Energy PE Ratio Historical Data
Date Stock Price TTM Net EPS PE Ratio
2018-11-16 114.87 0.00
2018-09-30 113.75 $-2.77 0.00
2018-06-30 116.11 $-2.55 0.00
2018-03-31 110.37 $0.59 187.07
2017-12-31 105.25 $1.01 104.21
2017-09-30 111.49 $4.51 24.72
2017-06-30 108.56 $6.75 16.08
2017-03-31 106.40 $5.78 18.41
2016-12-31 96.19 $5.30 18.15
2016-09-30 101.69 $5.26 19.33
2016-06-30 107.42 $3.79 28.34
2016-03-31 97.37 $4.90 19.87
2015-12-31 87.33 $5.37 16.26
2015-09-30 89.20 $5.08 17.56
2015-06-30 90.56 $5.48 16.53
2015-03-31 99.09 $5.39 18.38
2014-12-31 100.57 $4.64 21.67
2014-09-30 94.60 $4.59 20.61
2014-06-30 93.41 $4.39 21.28
2014-03-31 85.77 $4.29 19.99
2013-12-31 79.02 $4.02 19.66
2013-09-30 74.83 $4.07 18.39
2013-06-30 70.96 $3.97 17.87
2013-03-31 68.85 $3.24 21.25
2012-12-31 60.63 $3.49 17.37
2012-09-30 54.65 $3.52 15.53
2012-06-30 57.83 $3.65 15.84
2012-03-31 49.89 $5.52 9.04
2011-12-31 45.30 $5.62 8.06
2011-09-30 42.04 $5.56 7.56
2011-06-30 42.76 $4.86 8.80
2011-03-31 42.87 $3.63 11.81
2010-12-31 41.66 $2.98 13.98
2010-09-30 42.39 $2.99 14.18
2010-06-30 36.60 $3.74 9.79
2010-03-31 38.72 $3.65 10.61
2009-12-31 43.11 $4.52 9.54
2009-09-30 38.09 $4.66 8.17
2009-06-30 37.66 $4.63 8.13
2009-03-31 34.81 $4.81 7.24
2008-12-31 31.80 $4.44 7.16
2008-09-30 37.33 $4.24 8.80
2008-06-30 41.47 $4.15 9.99
2008-03-31 38.90 $4.22 9.22
2007-12-31 44.90 $4.16 10.79
2007-09-30 41.96 $3.53 11.89
2007-06-30 42.54 $4.87 8.73
2007-03-31 43.60 $5.25 8.30
2006-12-31 39.85 $5.37 7.42
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Utilities Utility - Natural Gas Distribution $31.435B $11.207B
Sempra Energy utility and infrastructure companies are on a collective mission to maintain long-term sustainable growth. By operating regulated utilities and developing smart energy infrastructure that serve communities around the world, they cohesively execute on a clear corporate strategy of providing safe, reliable energy to their customers while increasing value for all of their stakeholders -from investors and industry partners to customers and employees.
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