John Wiley & Sons Inc
How Does Scholastic Compare to Its Peers?
The PBV ratios of Scholastic (SCHL), Pearson (PSO), R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company (RRD), and John Wiley & Sons (JW.A) are 1.0x, 1.1x, 4.8x, and 2.4x, respectively.
John Wiley & Sons Reported Mixed 1Q16 Results
According to its 1Q16 earnings report, John Wiley & Sons’ net revenue decreased by 4.2% to $422.981 million in 1Q16, compared to its 4Q15 net revenue of $441.646 million.
Why Scholastic’s Net Income Fell in 1Q16
Scholastic (SCHL) has a market cap of $1.43 billion. After the earnings report in 1Q16, Scholastic rose by 0.19% to close at $42.79 per share.
Scholastic’s Revenue and Income Fell in Fiscal 2Q16
After Scholastic Corporation’s (SCHL) fiscal 2Q16 earnings report, SCHL fell by 10.8% to close at $36.76 per share in yesterday’s trade.
John Wiley & Sons’ Revenue and Income Fall
After its fiscal 2Q16 earnings report, John Wiley & Sons fell 10.4% to close at $45.09 per share as of December 8, 2015.
How Does John Wiley & Sons Compare to Its Peers?
John Wiley & Sons’ competitors have outperformed the company based on gross profit margin, current ratio, and PE ratio. Based on price-to-book value ratio, the company performed much better than its ETFs.