That would put it below book value. The only companies I’m aware of below book value are those that reported huge declines/losses like KHC, KMI, and FANG.
Here are the book values of its peers:
UNH: $69.99 (trading at 430%)
HUM: $108.97 (trading at 359%)
ANTM: $136.99 (trading at 188%)
WBA: $23.83 (trading at 145%)
CVS: $52.23 (trading at 109%)
Not to mention others like:
Disney: $50.06 (trading at 256%)
Visa: $15.56 (trading at 1285%)
Nordstrom: $1.11 (trading at 1303%)
Apple: $4.23 (trading at 2647%)
I can’t find a single company in the S&P 500 that is trading at book value after reporting across-the-board y/y growth in both Q1 and Q2 despite the pandemic. Feel free to correct me if I’m wrong.