Earnings yield valuation, Finance Basics

Earnings Yield Valuation

EY is given via the earnings made with the business expressed like a percentage of the market price of the business that is

The Formula For Earnings Yield Valuation is as Follow:

EY = Earnings/ Market price of equity x 100

EY =   (EPS/ MPS) x 100 = Earnings to Shareholders/Market value of equity

Hence Market Value = Earning to shareholders/Earnings yield

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