Kinsale Capital PE Ratio 2014-2022 | KNSL

Current and historical p/e ratio for Kinsale Capital (KNSL) from 2014 to 2022. The price to earnings ratio is calculated by taking the latest closing price and dividing it by the most recent earnings per share (EPS) number. The PE ratio is a simple way to assess whether a stock is over or under valued and is the most widely used valuation measure. Kinsale Capital PE ratio as of September 30, 2022 is 37.02.

Please refer to the Stock Price Adjustment Guide for more information on our historical prices.

Kinsale Capital PE Ratio Historical Data
Date Stock Price TTM Net EPS PE Ratio
2022-09-30 255.42 41.00
2022-06-30 229.53 $6.23 36.84
2022-03-31 227.77 $6.61 34.46
2021-12-31 237.48 $6.62 35.87
2021-09-30 161.34 $6.18 26.11
2021-06-30 164.30 $5.24 31.36
2021-03-31 164.22 $5.02 32.71
2020-12-31 199.30 $3.85 51.77
2020-09-30 189.32 $2.99 63.32
2020-06-30 154.44 $2.92 52.89
2020-03-31 103.95 $2.22 46.82
2019-12-31 101.02 $2.86 35.32
2019-09-30 102.58 $2.27 45.19
2019-06-30 90.76 $2.24 40.52
2019-03-31 67.96 $2.08 32.68
2018-12-31 55.00 $1.56 35.26
2018-09-30 63.22 $1.63 38.79
2018-06-30 54.25 $1.28 42.38
2018-03-31 50.69 $1.21 41.89
2017-12-31 44.38 $1.16 38.26
2017-09-30 42.51 $1.21 35.14
2017-06-30 36.68 $1.25 29.35
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Finance Property, Casualty and Title Insurance $5.850B $0.640B
Kinsale Capital offers various insurance and reinsurance products across the United States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. It operates primarily through two markets: Commercial and Personal. While personal lines include homeowners insurance; commercial lines offerings cover construction, small business, excess casualty, commercial property, product?liability, allied health, general casualty, management liability, inland marine, commercial insurance and public entity. The company typically provides coverage for those risks, which are unique and difficult to find in the standard insurance market. With an extensive focus on clients with small and medium-sized accounts, it focuses only on the excess and surplus lines (E&S) market in the United States.
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