XOMA CorpFind Ratings Reports
XOMA CORP's gross profit margin for the first quarter of its fiscal year 2017 has significantly decreased when compared to the same period a year ago. Sales and net income fell significantly, underperforming compared to the average company in its industry. XOMA CORP has weak liquidity. Currently, the Quick Ratio is 0.96 which shows a lack of ability to cover short-term cash needs. The company's liquidity has decreased from the same period last year.
At the same time, stockholders' equity ("net worth") has significantly decreased by 314.57% from the same quarter last year. Overall, the key liquidity measurements indicate that the company is in a position in which financial difficulties could develop in the future.
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|Income Statement||Q1 FY17||Q1 FY16|
|Net Sales ($mil)||0.26||3.96|
|Net Income ($mil)||-10.72||-8.37|
|Balance Sheet||Q1 FY17||Q1 FY16|
|Cash & Equiv. ($mil)||20.05||46.61|
|Total Assets ($mil)||22.53||52.61|
|Total Debt ($mil)||26.63||46.25|
|Profitability||Q1 FY17||Q1 FY16|
|Gross Profit Margin||-3366.54||-346.74|
|Return on Assets||-248.03||-13.78|
|Return on Equity||0.0||0.0|
|Debt||Q1 FY17||Q1 FY16|
|Share Data||Q1 FY17||Q1 FY16|
|Shares outstanding (mil)||7.59||6.02|
|Div / share||0.0||0.0|
|Book value / share||-4.11||-1.25|
|Institutional Own %||n/a||n/a|
|Avg Daily Volume||106752.0||132812.0|
SELL. This stock’s P/E ratio is negative, making its value useless in the assessment of premium or discount valuation, only displaying that the company has negative earnings per share. Along with this, the price-to-book ratio is also meaningless due to a negative book value for the company, making any comparisons useless. The price-to-sales ratio is well above the S&P 500 average, but well below the industry average.
|XOMA NM||Peers 40.44||XOMA NM||Peers 42.67|
Neutral. The absence of a valid P/E ratio happens when a stock can not be valued on the basis of a negative stream of earnings.
XOMA's P/E is negative making this valuation measure meaningless.
Neutral. The P/CF ratio, a stock’s price divided by the company's cash flow from operations, is useful for comparing companies with different capital requirements or financing structures.
XOMA's P/CF is negative making the measure meaningless.
|XOMA NM||Peers 26.63||XOMA NA||Peers 0.54|
Neutral. The absence of a valid price-to-projected earnings ratio happens when a stock can not be valued on the basis of a negative expected future earnings.
XOMA's ratio is negative making this valuation measure meaningless.
Neutral. The PEG ratio is the stock’s P/E divided by the consensus estimate of long-term earnings growth. Faster growth can justify higher price multiples.
Ratio not available.
|XOMA NM||Peers 11.07||XOMA -721.66||Peers -9.45|
Neutral. A lower price-to-book ratio makes a stock more attractive to investors seeking stocks with lower market values per dollar of equity on the balance sheet.
XOMA's P/B is negative making this valuation measure meaningless.
Lower. Elevated earnings growth rates can lead to capital appreciation and justify higher price-to-earnings ratios.
However, XOMA is expected to significantly trail its peers on the basis of its earnings growth rate.
|XOMA 29.98||Peers 176.73||XOMA -96.72||Peers 426.84|
Discount. In the absence of P/E and P/B multiples, the price-to-sales ratio can display the value investors are placing on each dollar of sales.
XOMA is trading at a significant discount to its industry on this measurement.
Lower. A sales growth rate that trails the industry implies that a company is losing market share.
XOMA significantly trails its peers on the basis of sales growth