E Best And Worst ADRs – Monday, May 22

  • The best sector in ADRs is services.
  • The top countries are Chile, UK, & Spain.
  • The average score across our ADR universe is 51.33. Over the past four and eight weeks, the score’s average is 51.41 and 52.65. The typical ADR in our coverage is trading -13.6% below its 52 week high, 6.08% above its 200 dma, and has 3.01 days to cover short.

    The best sectors are services (ICLR, OMAB, CBD, SKYAY, EDU, CTRP, ASR), healthcare (AZN, SNY, SHPG, GSK, GLPG, BAYRY), consumer goods (UL, IBA, DEO, CCU), and technology (NTES, GSOL, TSM, KYO, WUBA, DASTY, CRTO, BIDU). The worst sectors are financials, utilities, industrials, and basics.

    The top scoring zones are Europe (ICLR, AZN, SUBCY, REPYY, BP) and No. America. UK/Ireland (ICLR, AZN, BP, NGG, SKYAY, SHPG, GSK, UL, DEO), South Asia (HDB, CYD, IBN), and No. Asia (NTES, TSM, KYO, SNP, WUBA, BIDU, EDU, CTRP) are the best regions. Chile (CCU), UK (AZN, BP, NGG, SKYAY, SHPG, GSK, UL, DEO), Spain (REPYY), Finland (NOK), and Mexico (OMAB, ASR, IBA) are the highest scoring countries.

    The following are the top and bottom scoring ADRs in our coverage this week. 


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    Author: Travis Esquivel

    Travis Esquivel is an engineer, passionate soccer player and full-time dad. He enjoys writing about innovation and technology from time to time.

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