Five (5) undervalued European Euro Stocks with Negative YTD

Five undervalue European stocks in US stock exchange - updated on 7/22/2010

With the Euro currency under attack in recent months, some of the European stocks have dropped and discounted by investor and institutional. The following is the list of European stocks I found in negative territory for year to date (YTD). The following is the table for Five (5) undervalue European stocks in different sectors if you trade stock online for large cap companies. An Individual should consider the following company when buy stock online or investing for long term financial. This Europe region stock is very attractive.

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Stock  
Country  
Ticker  
Sector  
P/E (ttm)  
EPS Growth  
PEG Ratio  
Avg Rating  
Ave Target Price  
Current Price  
Upside  
Perf. YTD  
% short interest  
Syngenta AG
Switzerland
SYT
Basic Materials
14.99
8%
2.00
Buy
$57.82
$43.77
32%
-20%
0.15%
Covidien PLC
Ireland
COV
Healthcare
17.16
13%
1.29
Buy
$54.06
$39.98
35%
-15%
0.96%
Credit Suisse Group
France
CS
Financial
8.24
10%
0.82
Buy
$72.83
$42.13
73%
-11%
0.17%
Telefonica, S.A.
Spain
TEF
Technology
9.71
10%
0.97
Buy
$81.60
$64.10
27%
-20%
0.09%
Unilever NV
Netherland
UN
Consumer Goods
18.98
7%
2.71
Buy
$34.43
$30.55
13%
-4%
0.04%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Syngenta AG – SYT

Syngenta is an agribusiness engaged in the crop protection and seeds businesses. The crop protection chemicals include herbicides, insecticides and fungicides to control weeds, insects and diseases in crops. The seeds business operates in two commercial sectors: seeds for field crops including corn, oilseeds, cereals and sugar beet; and vegetable and flower seeds. The company, through its business development research, is applying biotechnology to areas including biofuels. The company operates in three business segments: crop protection, seeds and business development.

The company has managed to produce a neutral trend in earnings per share over the past 5 quarters. The lack of curvature of the plotted points in the graph on the right indicates that while Syngenta AG's earnings have increased from $3.13 to an estimated $3.16 over the past 5 quarters, though there is no acceleration or deceleration in quarterly growth rates when adjusted for the volatility of earnings.

Convidien PLC – COV

The Group's principal activity is developing, manufacturing and distributing of medical devices and supplies. The Group operates in four segments namely Medical Devices, Pharmaceutical Products, Medical Supplies and Imaging Solutions. It is a leading developer, manufacturer and distributor of medical devices and supplies, diagnostic imaging agents, pharmaceuticals and other healthcare products for use in clinical and home settings. Imaging Solutions includes the development, manufacture and market of radiopharmaceuticals and contrast products. Pharmaceutical Products includes the development, manufacture and distribution of dosage pharmaceuticals. And Medical Supplies includes the development, manufacture and sale of nursing care products.

For the last 12 quarters, Covidien PLC has reported 8 positive quarters, 3 negative quarters, and 1 In-Line quarter. This past quarter Covidien PLC announced actual EPS of $0.88 which is better than Mean EPS of $0.832 on April 21, 2010.  

Credit Suisse Group AG - CS

Credit Suisse Group AG, headquartered in Zurich, is a leading global financial services company. The firm offers investment banking, private banking, and asset management services. Its broad array of offerings includes debt and equity underwriting, financial advisory services, trading, insurance, and investment products. As part of its asset management operations, the institution manages portfolios, mutual funds, and other investment vehicles for government, institutional, and private clients. Credit Suisse has operations in Europe, the U.S., the Asia Pacific,

Latin America, and the Middle East. The group was founded in 1856.

The company has suffered a very negative trend in earnings per share over the past 5 quarters. The downward curvature of the plotted points in the graph on the right indicates that while Credit Suisse Group's earnings have increased from $-2.12 to an estimated $5.20 over the past 5 quarters, they have shown strong deceleration in quarterly growth rateswhen adjusted for the volatility of earnings.

Telefonica, S.A. – TEF


Telefonica S.A. is a leading provider of telecommunications services in the Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking world. The company is also among the largest providers of mobile services in western Europe following the acquisition of O2 in early 2006 and a 51% stake in Czesky Telecom in June 2005. Operations in Latin America extend through Mexico, Central America, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Uruguay, Chile and Argentina. In addition the company holds stakes of 9.9% in China Unicom and 9.8% in Portugal Telecom, respectively. In 2007, TEF bought a 42.3% stake in Telco Spa, owner of 23.6% Telecom Italia.

Each TEF American Depositary Share (ADS) represents three ordinary shares.

The company has generated a negative trend in earnings per share over the past 5 quarters. The downward curvature of the plotted points in the graph on the right indicates that while Telefonica S.A.'s earnings have increased from $6.92 to an estimated $7.32 over the past 5 quarters, they have shown deceleration in quarterly growth rates when adjusted for the volatility of earnings.

Unilever NV – UN

Unilever N.V. , formerly known as Naamlooze Vennootschap Margarine Unie, was founded in 1927 in the Netherlands and is a subsidiary of The Unilever Group. It is one of the world’s leading suppliers of fast moving consumer goods. The firm sells savoury, dressings, spreads, ice creams, beverages, skin care and daily hair care products, deodorants, powders and liquids for washing clothing, surface cleaners and bleach, among

others. The company’s key brands include Knorr, Hellmann’s, Becel/Flora (Healthy Heart), Cornetto, Magnum, Carte d’Or, Solero, Wall’s, Lipton, Brooke Bond, Lux, Rexona, Sunsilk, Ponds, Omo, Surf, Comfort, Radiant and Skip.

The company has generated a negative trend in earnings per share over the past 5 quarters. The downward curvature of the plotted points in the graph on the right indicates that while Unilever N.V.'s earnings have increased from $1.80 to an estimated $2.15 over the past 5 quarters, they have shown deceleration in quarterly growth rateswhen adjusted for the volatility of earnings.

DISCLAIMER: I don't have any position in any of above stocks.

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