The Canadian market has moved very close to fair value at 102.9% Fv (Fair Value). Large Cap stocks have the highest expectation at 105.0% Fv followed by Mid Cap at 100.1% Fv. Mid Cap expectations match their valuation within 0.1 percentage points.
Small Cap is undervalued at 77.0% Fv, but be careful as there are just 2 stocks in this category. More are being added. See the full report in World Markets.
On an industry group level of segmentation, Automobiles & Components and Banks are more than 10 points to the undervaluation side at 86.1% Fv and 81.9% Fv, respectively. Media & Entertainment holds the highest valuation at 111.0%.
The British market continues to advance in overall valuation and remains well within fair value range (80.0% to 130.0%) at 106.3%. LargeCap stocks are similar at 106.2% with both MidCap and SmallCap closely centered around the mid 105.0 mark. There is a close grouping between the three segments indicating some uniformity across the total market. The full report with 350 British stocks can be found under Client Services: Europe
The Market centroid moved toward the upper right this month as did most individual sector centroids. However, two sector centroids moved significantly more than the overall market, Information Technology and Materials. Materials made a stronger move upward and slightly closer to the Market while Tech moved upward distancing itself from the Market while keeping a relative position in terms of valuation. Read the Full report with individual stock fair values and influence at: Client Service > World Markets > Americas > USA Stock Fair Value Report.