EPS Growth shows the relative growth of a company's earnings over the last year.
The rise in total monies receivable for goods / services sold before expenses.
|1yr EPS Growth||
|1yr Revenue Growth||
The percentage of the share price that a company pays out as dividends over a year.
The percentage change from the previous year in the dividend paid on each share.
|1yr DPS Growth|
The share price as a ratio of revenue per share.
The share price as a ratio of net asset value.
|Price Sales Ratio|
|Price Book Ratio|
In percentage total change in share price over 30 days.
In percentage total change in share price over 3 months.
|Price Chg 30d||
|Price Chg 3m||
The Relative Strength Index measures a share price relative to itself and its recent history.
Momentum is an oscillator that measures the rate of price change.
Operating Margin is profit as a percentage of sales.
Return on capital employed measures the return from invested and borrowed capital.
Earnings per share, the company's profitability expressed on a per share basis.
Analysts' estimates of future EPS for the next 2 years.
Monies produced from sales of goods and services after trade discounts, VAT, etc.
Operating Profit is the profit after deducting operating costs from gross profits.
|Operating Profit Loss||
The difference between current assets and current liabilities.
A current asset representing the company's financial liquidity.
The cumulative amount of stocks sold by company directors over 1 year
The cumulative amount of stocks bought by company directors over 1 year
The percentage of stockbrokers that rate the company as a Buy
The percentage of stockbrokers that rate the company as a Hold
|Brokers Percent Buy||
|Brokers Percent Neutral|
|% Change||0.00 %|
|52 Week High||63.00|
|52 Week Low||39.00|
|Time||Volume / Share Price|
|10:06||7,500 @ 62.52p|
|09:55||10,000 @ 62.00p|
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