Sales Per Share

Sales Per Share

A ratio of a company's annual revenue to its average number of shares outstanding for a given year. This is a measure of how well a company uses its resources to produce sales. A higher ratio is seen as a positive sign.
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Sales per share of US consumer discretionary and consumer staples companies are at a record since data became available in 1990.
The updated economic aim of rebalancing the years 2016 to 2018 a total of 76 sales per share apartment.
For example, during the period of 2000-2008, there were a total of 7,753 firms, live of dead, jointly covered by CRSP, COMPUSTAT, and DataStream, 7,125 firms with a least one of the five valuation metrics reported were selected for this study, and the three databases included earnings per share for 78% of the sample firms, book value per share 75%, sales per share 72%, dividend per share 89%, and cash flow per share 65%.
the second is operating performance on shares outstanding (including sales per share, net income per share, cash flow per share, and total debt per share), the last one is sales growth rate measured as the change of sales between year -1 and year -2 divided by sales in year -2.
VALUED INFORMATION The price to sales ratio is calculated by dividing the market price (of the stock) by the sales per share.
Traditional measures, such as sales per share and cash flow per share before IPO, are still significant factors for prestigious underwriters when choosing non-Internet firms.
Firm-year observations are eliminated of which (1) December is not the fiscal year end, (2) stock price three months after the fiscal year end is missing or negative, (3) earnings per share data is missing, (4) beginning of year book value of equity is missing, (5) sales per share is missing or negative, and (6) the total number of common shares outstanding decreases 1/3 from the previous year as it is suspect of a reverse stock split to maneuver earnings per share.
i,t-1] = dividend per share of firm i in period t-1; divided by sales per share in period t-1;
02 Gains on outparcel sales $1,633 $2,610 Gains on outparcel sales per share $0.
Although ranked current-year total debt per share (TLPS) was often significant in the regressions, it did little to improve the power of ranked current-year sales per share (SPS) or ranked current-year adjusted book value of tangible assets per share (TGAPS), to predict the rank of year-ahead stock prices.
The operating leverage for a company having over $30 in sales per share (fully diluted) can be dramatic.
01 Gains on outparcel sales $2,610 $1,339 Gains on outparcel sales per share $0.