ADRs Best & Worst Report - September 6, 2016

  • The best sectors across ADRs are Financials, consumer goods, and basic materials.
  • The top countries are Canada, Finland, Greece, Korea, and Ireland.

The average ADR score in our universe is 54.375. The average score over the past four and eight weeks is 53.59 and 52.94, respectively. Across our ADR coverage, the average stock is trading -15.23% below its 52 week high, 7.04% above its 200 dma, has 3.49 days to cover short, and is forecast to grow EPS by 14.46% in the coming year.

The following are the best and worst scoring ADRs.

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Financials (RY, BMO, HDB, BMA, GGAL, CIB), consumer goods (TTM, NSRGY, BRFS, SEOAY, BTI), and basic materials (BAK, SID, NHYDY) are the strongest scoring sectors. Industrial goods score in line with the average ADR. Healthcare, utilities, technology, and services score below average. 

North America (RY, BMO, TU, ECA, CNQ) and Latin America (OMAB, BMA, BRFS, PAC, BAK, GGAL, CIB, CPA) are the best zones. North America, Latin America, and North Asia (SKM, GSH, KT, CHL, CTRP) are the top scoring regions. Canada (RY, BMO, TU), Finland (MXCYY, SEOAY), Greece (ANW), Korea (SKM, KT, KB, PKX), and Ireland (ICLR, RYAAY) are the strongest countries. 

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