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PER = price/earnings ratio

The price/earnings ratio is defined as the ratio of share price to earnings per share. A low PER suggests an attractive share price, whereas a high PER means the share is expensive. However, important fundamental reasons (e.g. low profits, bad management) may cause a low PER. The ratio is calculated according to the following formula: PER = share price / earnings per share.

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