investors' ratios


investors' ratios
коэффициенты для инвесторов - один из видов финансовых коэффициентов (financial ratios). Наиболее часто используемыми коэффициентами для инвесторов являются: отношение полученных дивидендов к рыночной стоимости акции (dividends yield); отношение рыночной стоимости акции к прибыли на одну акцию (price/earnings ratio - Р/Е); коэффициент рыночного риска (market risk). Эти коэффициенты иногда называют market test ratios

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