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PERPerson
PERPermission
PERPerform
PERPersonnel
PERPermanent (mathematics; group theory)
PERPeru (ISO Country code)
PERPrice-to-Earnings Ratio
PERPhysical Education Recreation
PERPediatric Emergency Room
PERPublic Expenditure Review (World Bank)
PERPhysics Education Research (various locations)
PERProtein Efficiency Ratio
PERPacific Economic Review (Blackwell Publishing)
PERPast Exalted Ruler (Benevolent Protective Order of Elks)
PERPreliminary Engineering Report
PERPacket Error Rate
PERPolarization Extinction Ratio (physics)
PERProvider Edge Router
PERProduct Enhancement Request
PERPacked Encoding Rules (ISO 8825-2)
PERPronation External Rotation (ankles)
PERPerformance Evaluation Report
PERPost Error
PERProgram Editor Resident Area
PERPacket Encoding Rules
PERPulley End Right
PERPredictive Error
PERProbable Error
PERProfessional Ethics Report
PERPeaches En Regalia
PERProfessional and Executive Recruitment
PERProbable Error in Range
PERPhysicians' Education Resource
PERPressure Equipment Regulation (engineering)
PERPublic Employees Roundtable
PERPreliminary Environmental Review
PERPlan d'Exposition aux Risques (French: Risk Exposure Plan)
PERPlan d'Epargne-Retraite
PERPoll-Each-Read (cache access algorithm)
PERProgram for Ecosystem Research
PERPeriodic Electoral Review
PERProgram Event Recording
PERPre-Environmental Review
PERProgram Effectiveness Review
PERPerth, Western Australia, Australia - Perth (Airport Code)
PERProposal Evaluation Report
PERPersonal Endurance Record
PERPlan d'exposition Aux Risques Naturels (French: Map of Exposure to Natural Hazards)
PERProgressive Encephalomyelitis with Rigidity
PERPersonnel Evaluation Report
PERPressure, Elevation, Rest (medical care)
PERProject Execution Requirements (employment)
PERParameter Error Rate
PERPackage-Enabled Reengineering
PERParity Error Rate
PERPercent Extracellular Release
PERProgram Element Review
PERProduct Evaluation and Recommendation
PERPort Everglades Railway
PERPacket Encoding Rule
PERPercentage Effort Ratio
PERProficiency Examination Review
PERParts Evaluation Report
PERPerformance Event Report
PERProject Evaluation & Recommendation
PERPower Enhancement Ratio
PERPERT Event Report
PERPatrulla Especial de Rescate (Guatemala)
PERPolarization Extension Ratio
PERPort Engineer Request
PERPreliminary Engineering Release
PERPredicate-Based Enable-Rule
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2 times our new forward earnings, implying a 128 percent relative price-to-earnings ratio, compared to a three-year average of 100 percent.
Finally, the company's price-to-earnings ratio is considerably less than its projected 15% growth rate as well as at a discount to the S&P 400.
He said the market would likely tolerate a price-to-earnings ratio of 17x this year, which means they will pay 17 times the amount of money the marker will make this 2013.
LinkedIn's IPO is priced at $45, which already gave it an incredible price-to-earnings ratio of 260.
The trailing price-to-earnings ratio in the S&P's materials sector is more than 20 times current earnings compared with 16.
The findings come from a Halifax survey in which the building society calculated the house price-to-earnings ratio of areas across the UK.
The price-to-earnings ratio for the S&P 500 has been higher only in the 1920s, late 1990s and early 2000s.
After understanding the difference between a growth stock and a value stock, and what a stock's price-to-earnings ratio is, he began to consider the types of investments he wanted to make.
Excessive concentrations in either type of annuity have a negative impact on earnings and on the price-to-earnings ratio.
GM was faced with the option of using its own stock, which historically had had a relatively low price-to-earnings ratio, to buy EDS and Hughes, or issuing tracking stocks that would garner higher P/E ratios to make the acquisitions.
Such earnings are Wall Street's bread and butter, the statistic from which the majority of other key statistics flow--such as price-to-earnings ratio and return on equity.