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What is Price to Earnings (PE) multiple?
Current market price divided by earnings per share gives you the price to earning multiple, also known as PE multiple. If stock price Rs 150 and EPS Rs 20, then the PE multiple will be Rs 150 divided by Rs 20= 7.5. PE multiple indicates how cheap or expensive a stock is. It also reflects what the market is willing to pay for a stock based on expected earnings. If the multiple is high, then it means that the investors are expecting a high growth in the earnings. Conversely, a low PE means low expectations on earnings. Remember, the company may exceed analyst expectations or fall short.
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