PE Ratio Chart

Historical PE Ratio Data

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Date Value
September 29, 2023 3.074
September 28, 2023 3.122
September 27, 2023 3.182
September 26, 2023 3.122
September 25, 2023 3.170
September 22, 2023 3.176
September 21, 2023 3.212
September 20, 2023 3.248
September 19, 2023 3.369
September 18, 2023 3.206
September 15, 2023 3.327
September 14, 2023 3.248
September 13, 2023 3.182
September 12, 2023 3.254
September 11, 2023 3.170
September 08, 2023 3.206
September 07, 2023 3.20
September 06, 2023 3.284
September 05, 2023 3.290
September 01, 2023 3.242
August 31, 2023 3.194
August 30, 2023 3.170
August 29, 2023 3.212
August 28, 2023 3.302
August 25, 2023 3.206
Date Value
August 24, 2023 3.197
August 23, 2023 3.300
August 22, 2023 3.254
August 21, 2023 3.260
August 18, 2023 3.375
August 17, 2023 3.251
August 16, 2023 3.287
August 15, 2023 3.348
August 14, 2023 3.399
August 11, 2023 3.694
August 10, 2023 3.715
August 09, 2023 3.598
August 08, 2023 5.255
August 07, 2023 5.237
August 04, 2023 5.183
August 03, 2023 5.153
August 02, 2023 5.122
August 01, 2023 5.147
July 31, 2023 5.159
July 28, 2023 5.128
July 27, 2023 5.153
July 26, 2023 5.189
July 25, 2023 5.219
July 24, 2023 5.195
July 21, 2023 5.261

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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PE Ratio Range, Past 5 Years

3.074
Minimum
Sep 29 2023
11.16
Maximum
Dec 01 2022
6.053
Average
5.484
Median
Feb 28 2020

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