According to the latest TTM P / E ratios of major global stock indexes, as of December 1, Hong Kong stocks are the cheapest, with the TTM P / E ratio less than 14 times.
In addition, a shares are relatively cheap. The TTM price earnings ratio of CSI 300 index is 15.6 times. The composite index of Japans economy and the general index of Japans stock market is more than 300 times than that of Germanys benchmark index.
Wind data shows that as of December 1, the overall price earnings ratio (TTM, the same below) of the CSI 300 index was 15.6 times, and the average price earnings ratio in the past decade was 12.6 times.
In the U.S. stock market, the overall P / E ratio of S & P 500 is 35.6 times, and the average p / E ratio of S & P 500 in recent ten years is 20.06 times. In contrast, A-share valuation is still cheaper, more attractive in the long-term.
In terms of small market value companies, since the Nasdaq market is the most successful model of GEM market in the world, we select A-share gem and Nasdaq market for comparison.
As of December 1, the overall P / E ratio of the A-share gem index was 62.23 times, and the average p / E ratio in recent ten years was 52.65 times. The overall price earnings ratio of NASDAQ is 71.24 times, and the average price earnings ratio in recent ten years is 32.47 times. Judging from the current valuation level, the valuation premium of NASDAQ market is more obvious.
Hong Hao, managing director of BOCOM international, believes that the valuation of US stocks is already very expensive, and China and emerging markets will probably outperform the United States for many years to come.
A-share market industry valuation comparison, even from the history of A-share itself, the current A-share valuation is not expensive.
Wind data showed that as of Tuesdays close, the PE TTM was 23.4 times the 10-year average of 131.2%.
From the industry point of view, the current valuation of the banking sector is the lowest, and the latest P / E ratio is only 7.07 times, equivalent to the 10-year average (6.92 times).
As of Wednesdays close, the latest P / E ratios of eight industries were below the 10-year average, namely, agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery, real estate, steel, coal, communications, retail, machinery and equipment, and insurance.
However, the automobile, food and beverage, port and shipping, computer, medical and biological industries have been above the ten-year average.