Lear Corporation (LEA): Price and Financial Metrics


Lear Corporation (LEA)

Today's Latest Price: $113.89 USD

2.21 (-1.90%)

Updated Jun 4 12:39pm

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Ranked of 50 in Auto Parts

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LEA Stock Summary

  • Lear Corp's capital turnover -- a measure of revenue relative to shareholder's equity -- is better than 89.95% of US listed stocks.
  • With a price/sales ratio of 0.36, Lear Corp has a higher such ratio than merely 16.21% of stocks in our set.
  • With a year-over-year growth in debt of 69.37%, Lear Corp's debt growth rate surpasses 83.25% of about US stocks.
  • If you're looking for stocks that are quantitatively similar to Lear Corp, a group of peers worth examining would be LEG, THO, BWXT, WRK, and TSE.
  • Visit LEA's SEC page to see the company's official filings. To visit the company's web site, go to www.lear.com.
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LEA Price/Volume Stats

Current price $113.89 52-week high $143.50
Prev. close $116.10 52-week low $63.20
Day low $112.92 Volume 222,757
Day high $115.46 Avg. volume 729,029
50-day MA $94.03 Dividend yield 2.65%
200-day MA $113.56 Market Cap 6.82B

Lear Corporation (LEA) Company Bio


Lear Corporation designs, develops, engineers, manufactures, assembles, and supplies automotive seating, electrical distribution systems, and related components primarily to automotive original equipment manufacturers worldwide. It operates through two segments, Seating and Electrical. The company was founded in 1917 and is based in Southfield, Michigan.

LEA Price Forecast Based on DCF Valuation

Current PriceDCF Fair Value Target:Forecasted Gain:
$113.89$372.03220%

The table below illustrates the output of a discounted cash flow forecast using a variety of scenarios for Lear Corp. To summarize, we found that Lear Corp ranked in the 73th percentile in terms of potential gain offered. Specifically, our DCF analysis implies the stock is trading below its fair value by an estimated 222%. The most interesting components of our discounted cash flow analysis for Lear Corp ended up being:

  • The company has produced more trailing twelve month cash flow than 87.28% of its sector Consumer Cyclical.
  • Lear Corp's weighted average cost of capital (WACC) is 7%; for context, that number is higher than only 10.63% of tickers in our DCF set.
  • LEA's estimated cost of debt, based largely on its market capitalization and its interest coverage ratio, is 2%; for context, that number is higher than only 10.63% of tickers in our DCF set.


Terminal Growth Rate in Free Cash FlowReturn Relative to Current Share Price
0%214%
1%217%
2%220%
3%224%
4%227%
5%230%

For other companies in the Consumer Cyclical that have a similar discounted cashflow valuation profile (and ensuing price forecasts) as LEA, try FLXS, THRM, LZB, BBW, and DISH.


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Edited Transcript of LEA earnings conference call or presentation 8-May-20 12:30pm GMT

Q1 2020 Lear Corp Earnings Call

Yahoo | June 3, 2020

Lear Corporation Set to Reopen Plant After Coronavirus Outbreak Kills 20

Lear Corp (LEA) is implementing safety measures at its operations in Mexico after suffering the worst factory-related coronavirus outbreak in the Americas. However, the U.S. auto parts maker still faces a battle to win back workers’ trust; 20 employees from Lear’s Rio Bravo plant have died thus far of Covid-19-related complications. Rio Bravo is 1 of 41 plants that Lear operates in Mexico.Mexico has one of the world’s worst coronavirus outbreaks, but has come under U.S. government and industry pressure to reopen quickly in order to protect supply chains, which last year fueled $614.5 billion in trade.Following one-way arrows along hallways, eating at cafeteria tables with tall dividers, and stamping shoes on a mat soaked in disinfectant are among the new measures being adopted. Also, si...

Yahoo | June 2, 2020

Lear Corporation Workers Afraid To Work At Mexican Factory After It Suffered Reportedly The Worst Coronavirus Fatalities In The Americas

Lear Corporation (NYSE: LEA) faces an uphill battle to regain worker trust after the deadliest coronavirus outbreak at its factory in Mexico.What Happened The United States-based auto parts maker's Rio Bravo, Mexico factory suffered 20 fatalities from COVID-19 that have left workers shaken, reported Reuters. "I don't think you'll find anyone who says they're not scared," said Sonia Trevizo, an employee at the plant.The auto parts maker says it has instituted expensive health and safety measures at its plant, which could affect productivity as it resumes operation.Production was halted in March, a month after the first cases of COVID-19 were detected in Mexico.Why It Matters Lear has 41 plants in Mexico and employs 56,000 people in the country. The Rio Bravo plant makes trim seat covers ...

Yahoo | June 1, 2020

Workers nervously eye return to Lear's coronavirus-hit plant in Mexico

Lear Corp is implementing costly safety measures that may hurt productivity at its operations in Mexico after suffering the deadliest known factory-related coronavirus outbreak in the Americas, but the U.S. auto parts maker still faces a battle to win back workers' trust. The northern Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez remains in the throes of the pandemic as it mourns the deaths of numerous factory workers, including 20 from Lear's Rio Bravo plant, which makes trim seat covers for Mercedes-Benz and Ford. "I don't think you'll find anyone who says they're not scared," Alma Sonia Trevizo, an employee at the Rio Bravo plant, told Reuters while on a break from safety training ahead of its planned June 1 partial restart.

Yahoo | May 31, 2020

FEATURE-Workers nervously eye return to Lear's coronavirus-hit plant in Mexico

Lear Corp is implementing costly safety measures that may hurt productivity at its operations in Mexico after suffering the deadliest known factory-related coronavirus outbreak in the Americas, but the U.S. auto parts maker still faces a battle to win back workers' trust. The northern Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez remains in the throes of the pandemic as it mourns the deaths of numerous factory workers, including 20 from Lear's Rio Bravo plant, which makes trim seat covers for Mercedes-Benz and Ford. "I don't think you'll find anyone who says they're not scared," Alma Sonia Trevizo, an employee at the Rio Bravo plant, told Reuters while on a break from safety training ahead of its planned June 1 partial restart.

Yahoo | May 31, 2020

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LEA Price Returns

1-mo 26.33%
3-mo 11.09%
6-mo -7.88%
1-year -12.22%
3-year -20.23%
5-year 7.39%
YTD -16.42%
2019 14.38%
2018 -29.29%
2017 35.23%
2016 8.89%
2015 26.35%

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