PE Ratio Chart

Historical PE Ratio Data

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Date Value
May 20, 2022 6.256
May 19, 2022 6.344
May 18, 2022 6.474
May 17, 2022 6.541
May 16, 2022 6.515
May 13, 2022 6.30
May 12, 2022 6.307
May 11, 2022 6.304
May 10, 2022 6.293
May 09, 2022 6.418
May 06, 2022 6.552
May 05, 2022 6.563
May 04, 2022 6.552
May 03, 2022 6.493
May 02, 2022 6.333
April 29, 2022 6.563
April 28, 2022 6.526
April 27, 2022 6.504
April 26, 2022 6.582
April 25, 2022 6.656
April 22, 2022 6.667
April 21, 2022 6.667
April 20, 2022 6.541
April 19, 2022 6.607
April 18, 2022 6.685
Date Value
April 14, 2022 6.589
April 13, 2022 6.611
April 12, 2022 6.552
April 11, 2022 6.633
April 08, 2022 6.544
April 07, 2022 6.582
April 06, 2022 6.593
April 05, 2022 6.663
April 04, 2022 6.630
April 01, 2022 6.626
March 31, 2022 6.593
March 30, 2022 6.014
March 29, 2022 6.140
March 28, 2022 6.075
March 25, 2022 6.075
March 24, 2022 6.092
March 23, 2022 6.119
March 22, 2022 6.116
March 21, 2022 6.119
March 18, 2022 6.082
March 17, 2022 6.010
March 16, 2022 5.997
March 15, 2022 6.00
March 14, 2022 6.044
March 11, 2022 5.969

Price to Earnings Ratio (PE Ratio) Definition

The Price to Earnings Ratio (PE Ratio) is calculated by taking the stock price / EPS (ttm). This metric is considered a valuation metric that confirms whether the earnings of a company justifies the stock price. There isn't necesarily an optimum PE ratio, since different industries will have different ranges of PE Ratios. Because of this, PE Ratio is great to evaluate from a relative standpoint with other similar companies.

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PE Ratio Range, Past 5 Years

3.175
Minimum
Apr 01 2021
18.47
Maximum
Dec 29 2020
7.637
Average
6.090
Median

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