It is not always easy to generate comparative valuations. Therefore, in order to make it easier for you as an investor, we have created this key figure calculator. Enter share price in the field below and then select the year in which you want to retrieve the financial data.
A common valuation multiple, the share price is divided by earnings per share.
P/E ratio stands for Price and Earnings. By dividing a company's market cap to its earnings, investors get a key ratio which they are able to compare between different companies. The ratio can either be calculated on historical or forward-looking numbers.
It is important to notice that earnings are calculated after taxes, which mean that they can vary between companies due to different accounting standards.
EV stands for Enterprise Value and is calculated as a company's markets cap in addition to its net debt. The net debt itself is computed through the company's interest-bearing debt minus total cash and cash equivalents.
EBIT is the Earnings Before Interest and Taxes which is the operating income. This result, in comparison to the P/E ratio, is not affected by any financial items.
EV stands for Enterprise Value and is calculated as a company's market cap adjusted for its net debt. The net debt itself is computed through the company's interest-bearing debt minus total cash and cash equivalents. S is the company's total sales.