Per Share Basis

Per Share Basis

The expression of a quantitative value regarding a stock or mutual fund divided by the total number of shares outstanding. That is, a per share basis expresses certain facts on a security as it pertains to a single share. For example, the net asset value per share takes a publicly-traded company's total net asset value and divides it by the number of shares outstanding. This shows how much of the company's net asset value is represented in one share.
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On a per share basis, operating earnings were USD1.
On a per share basis, the company earned 64 cents versus 74 cents in 2005.
50 on a diluted per share basis, compared with $56.
The underwriter moved a block of stock at about 60 percent more than the best price we had gotten on a per share basis," Pepper said.
After its exercise of the Class A Share Purchase Warrant, Starwood beneficially owned 5,000,000 shares of Class A Stock and 4,568,944 shares of OP Units which are convertible on a one-for-one per share basis into Class A Stock.
Net income on a per share basis increased by 7% to $1.
17 in the first six months of 2013, on a per share basis.
Levesque cautioned, "To do an actual year-to-year comparison on a per share basis, it is important to note that net income per share for the nine months of 1993 was affected by a one-time addition of $.
On a per share basis, net income for the third quarter of 2013 was USD0.
In the prior year's first quarter Ellis earned $20,000, break even on a per share basis, on revenues of $260.
On a per share basis, the net loss for the six months decreased to $.
56 on a diluted earnings per share basis, an increase of 5.