Market value ratios, Financial Management

Market Value Ratios


Price-Earnings Ratio

  • P/E ratio shows how much investors are willing to pay for earnings per share of the company.


Market-to-Book Value Ratio

  •  It is a measure of how the company's stock is doing with respect to its intrinsic or the book value of the stock.


Earnings per Share

  •  It is a good measure of profitability of a company's stock. EPS is the portion of a company's profit allocated to each outstanding share of common stock.




 

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