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Title: What market value ratios can tell you about a company
Authors: Вагнер, И.М.
Vagner, I.
Keywords: market value ratios
company's stock
book value per share
dividend yield
earnings per share
market value per share
price/earnings ratio
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Пинск : Полесский государственный университет
Citation: Банковская система: устойчивость и перспективы развития : сборник научных статей одиннадцатой международной научно-практической конференции по вопросам банковской экономики, Пинск, 30 октября 2020 г. : в 2 ч. / Министерство образования Республики Беларусь [и др.] ; редкол.: К.К. Шебеко [и др.]. – Пинск : ПолесГУ, 2020. – Ч. 1. – С. 173-176.
Abstract: Market value ratios are used to evaluate the current share price of a publicly-held company's stock. These ratios are employed by current and potential investors to determine whether a company's shares are over-priced or under-priced. The most common market value ratios are as follows: book value per share, dividend yield, earnings per share, market value per share, price/earnings ratio.
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