# earnings capitalization ratio

earnings capitalization ratio
earnings capitalization ratio UK US noun [C] (also earnings capitalization rate) STOCK MARKET
a measure of the value of a share in the best possible conditions. It is calculated by dividing the expected annual earnings of a share by the present price of a share.

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