The price earnings ratio (PE ratio) is a much quoted number in finance. It gives you an idea of whether a share is overvalued or undervalued. Let's have a closer look at how you can calculate the PE ratio…
In your quest to find winning shares, the PE ratio can play its part.
This ratio can tell you if a share is cheap or expensive, Tim Bennett explains in MoneyWeek.
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