PE Ratio Chart

Historical PE Ratio Data

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Date Value
September 29, 2023 10.74
September 28, 2023 10.67
September 27, 2023 10.86
September 26, 2023 10.62
September 25, 2023 10.80
September 22, 2023 9.676
September 21, 2023 9.762
September 20, 2023 9.867
September 19, 2023 9.902
September 18, 2023 9.979
September 15, 2023 9.951
September 14, 2023 10.03
September 13, 2023 9.845
September 12, 2023 9.610
September 11, 2023 9.898
September 08, 2023 9.927
September 07, 2023 9.951
September 06, 2023 9.730
September 05, 2023 9.949
September 01, 2023 9.986
August 31, 2023 9.758
August 30, 2023 9.840
August 29, 2023 9.841
August 28, 2023 9.804
August 25, 2023 9.708
Date Value
August 24, 2023 9.643
August 23, 2023 9.815
August 22, 2023 8.649
August 21, 2023 8.903
August 18, 2023 9.290
August 17, 2023 9.095
August 16, 2023 9.171
August 15, 2023 9.158
August 14, 2023 9.205
August 11, 2023 9.270
August 10, 2023 9.372
August 09, 2023 9.482
August 08, 2023 9.646
August 07, 2023 9.645
August 04, 2023 9.630
August 03, 2023 9.806
August 02, 2023 9.549
August 01, 2023 9.569
July 31, 2023 9.581
July 28, 2023 9.242
July 27, 2023 9.036
July 26, 2023 8.999
July 25, 2023 8.853
July 24, 2023 8.564
July 21, 2023 8.461

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

6.795
Minimum
Dec 06 2022
21.74
Maximum
Jan 27 2021
13.22
Average
14.14
Median
Mar 07 2019

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