banks valuations remains significant, with an average price-to-book ratio
A company's willingness to pay regular cash dividends at an increasing rate sends a powerful clue about its future growth, which helps drive price-to-book ratio
The price-to-book ratio
and changes in market capitalization served as measures of changes in firm size or value.
The bank is expected to apply to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange soon, to lower the minimum price-to-book ratio
East Capital Explorer invests at a valuation corresponding to a price-to-book ratio
The deal may lure investors back to bank shares trading at a 67 per cent discount to their five-year average price-to-book ratio
and a 48 per cent discount to the average price-to-earnings ratio, Hawa wrote.
After the bubble burst, the average price-to-book ratio
for Merrill Lynch's 20 most widely held stocks on September 2, 2002, was 4.
Morris uses the price-to-book ratio
, a measure of a stock's value in comparison to the worth of a company's hard assets, to separate the winners from the losers.
As with the P/E ratio, a mutual fund's price-to-book ratio
is the weighted average of all of the fund's holdings.
For each country, they calculated two measures of how stock markets value enterprises - the market price-to-book ratio
of equity for the average firm, and the ratio of market value to book value for debt plus equity for the average firm.
The forecast volatility is calculated using historical market data such as share price and trading volume, financial key figures (ratio of dividends to price, price-to-book ratio
, forecast earnings growth), sector and total shareholder return.
A company with a book value of $5 per share and a stock price of $15 has a price-to-book ratio