E/P

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E/PEarnings to Price (ratio)
E/PEnergy/Protein Ratio
E/PEquipment Piece
E/PEndothelial Cell/Pericyte
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"You talk about stocks and cheap money, they're basically corporations, instead of investing in the real economy, can now simply borrow at, you know, close to 0% and buy their own stocks, which yield 2% or 3% on a dividend basis and, you know, provide a return of 6% or 7% on an earnings to price ratio basis."
First-time buyers being priced out of homes market EARNINGS TO PRICE INCREASE AREA RATIO 2013 RATIO 1997 West Lancs 6.96 3.4 SEFTON 5.62 3.7 WIRRAL 5.2 3 Halton 4.57 2.92 LIVERPOOL 4.13 2.53 Knowsley 3.94 2.51
The fund managers utilize a strategy of capitalization-weighted earnings to price ratio in combination with exhaustive analysis on global technology trends.
As for earnings to price ratio, BLOM recorded the highest at 10.9 percent followed by Byblos at 10.8 percent and Audi 7.7 percent.
The earnings to price ratio is the earnings per share divided by the price of the stock 30 trading days prior to the announcement.
Significance of Variables Individual Model Variables Significance Significance Reduction of Free Cash Flow: Free Cash Flow 0.546 -- Debt Ratio 0.145 -- Return on Assets 0.238 -- Market to Book Value 0.996 -- Earnings to Price Ratio 0.128 0.104 Signaling of Management Optimism: Management Ownership 0.821 -- Distribution as Tax Preferred Income: Holding Period Return 0.439 -- Dividend Clientele Effect: Retention Ratio 0.139 0.048 Dividend Yield / Total 0.649 -- Control Variables: Shares repurchased 0.215 0.058 Size of the company 0.580 -- Defensive/ Non-Defensive 0.832 -- Tax Law 1986 Effect 0.390 -- Previous Announcement 0.791 -- ROA/FCF 0.781 --
The final iteration revealed a model in which three independent variables--percentage of shares repurchased (X7), Earnings to Price Ratio (X10), and Retention Ratio (X12)--meet the conditions set forth in the regression model.
[beta] is the capital asset pricing model beta estimated over the 60 months prior to fiscal year-end, [SD.sub.ret] is the standard deviation of the previous year's daily returns; leverage is the ratio of book value of long-term debt to the market value of equity, size is the market capitalization, BP is the ratio of the book value of common equity to the market value of common equity, EP is the ratio of the next period expected earnings to price per share.
Compared to the years when the Dow was one-tenth of this, a $10 change in a day would not have caused the same affect as an equivalent $100 move today!) The old metrics-- including earnings to price ratio--will again play a big role in investment strategy.
(13) However, to avoid extreme values of PE and diminish kurtosis within the distribution of our dependent variable, we measure the dependent variable as the reciprocal to PE, the change in the earnings to price multiple, EP.
For our sample, absolute cumulative abnormal returns, the absolute difference between firm-specific and industry median earnings to price ratios, expected litigation damages, the percentage of sample firms with negative cumulative abnormal returns, and the need for external capital are all lower post-FD than pre-FD.
As a result, the yield on ten-year Treasury notes now exceeds the ratio of twelve-month-ahead earnings to prices by the largest amount since 1991, when earnings were depressed by the economic slowdown.