Price earnings ratio, Finance Basics

Price Earnings Ratio

Price earnings (P/E) or ratio =  Market price per share (MPS)/Earnings per share

                                    OR    = Market value of equity /Earning to Ord. Shareholders

A.  P/E ratio is a reciprocal of earning yield or is EY. The MPS is the price at that a new share can be bought that is investment per share.  The EPS is the annual income/earnings from each share.

B. PE consequently signifies the payback period that is number of years it will take to recover MPS from the annual earnings per share of the firm.

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