PE Ratio Chart

Historical PE Ratio Data

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Date Value
July 30, 2018 294.00
July 27, 2018 296.60
July 26, 2018 296.20
July 25, 2018 290.20
July 24, 2018 295.60
July 23, 2018 297.80
July 20, 2018 301.60
July 19, 2018 298.40
July 18, 2018 291.60
July 17, 2018 291.60
July 16, 2018 304.40
July 13, 2018 305.60
July 12, 2018 301.80
July 11, 2018 294.00
July 10, 2018 297.20
July 09, 2018 309.40
July 06, 2018 303.00
July 05, 2018 292.60
July 03, 2018 281.00
July 02, 2018 283.20
June 29, 2018 291.40
June 28, 2018 297.60
June 27, 2018 292.00
June 26, 2018 299.40
June 25, 2018 302.20
Date Value
June 22, 2018 310.40
June 21, 2018 310.60
June 20, 2018 314.20
June 19, 2018 315.00
June 18, 2018 304.00
June 15, 2018 279.20
June 14, 2018 257.00
June 13, 2018 266.60
June 12, 2018 281.00
June 11, 2018 285.80
June 08, 2018 290.60
June 07, 2018 289.80
June 06, 2018 288.40
June 05, 2018 292.00
June 04, 2018 284.80
June 01, 2018 274.40
May 31, 2018 264.00
May 30, 2018 268.40
May 29, 2018 261.00
May 25, 2018 253.40
May 24, 2018 254.80
May 23, 2018 254.40
May 22, 2018 253.40
May 21, 2018 255.60
May 18, 2018 272.40

Price to Earnings Ratio (PE Ratio) Definition

The Price to Earnings Ratio (PE Ratio) is calculated by taking the stock price / EPS Diluted (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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