DJIA P/E (Price/Earnings)

DJIA P/E (Price/Earnings),

Definition of DJIA P/E (Price/Earnings):

  • The DJIA's current price is divided by the Annual Estimated Earnings (EPS), taking into account the index multiplier. Many analysts consider buying and selling indicators of 24 or less 8 values.

Literal Meanings of DJIA P/E (Price/Earnings)


Meanings of DJIA:
  1. Dow Jones Industry Average


Meanings of P:
  1. Page

  2. Here

  3. Cents or cents.

  4. Piano (softly)

  5. Tip (in units of measurement) (10¹²)

  6. Position of electrons and orbits with angular momentum units.

  7. Print.

  8. Possibility


Meanings of E:
  1. Euro or Euro.

  2. An electron

  3. The transcendental number, which is the basis of the natural or natural logarithm, is approximately equal to 2. 2.71828.

  4. The fifth letter of the alphabet

  5. Fifth in a series of items, categories, sizes, etc.

  6. Go to the fifth file from left, look at the white side of the frame.

  7. Name of the lowest paid social category for marketing purposes.

  8. With the capital letter E.

  9. The third note of the C major ditonic scale.

  10. Scale-based cliff with E as root.

  11. West east.

  12. Easter

  13. Ecstasy pills or ecstasy pills.

  14. Engineer or engineer.

  15. English

Sentences of E
  1. 139 ° E


Meanings of Price:
  1. Money is given as an expectation, need, or payment for something.

  2. Difficulties in betting.

  3. Values

  4. Unwanted experiences, events or actions that are necessary as conditions to achieve the desired goal.

  5. Determine the amount needed (something to be offered for sale)

  6. It is used to ask what happened to something or to suggest that something has value.

  7. Find the value of

  8. Unable to compete commercially.

  9. Higher fees are required or will have unpleasant consequences.

  10. You can't tell the price.

Sentences of Price
  1. Different types of tools that have different prices

  2. Ellis said domestic prices are likely to rise amid a low probability of a possible rate hike.

  3. The bank's share price also rose 3.6 percent to 1,223 pence.

  4. He said the price of a three-bedroom house would definitely go down.

  5. Household prices are a key element of the UK economy, with most families owning their own homes.

  6. Rising fuel prices reduce all income, especially for farmers.

  7. Economically, wages and prices fell, but the basic value of debt remained unchanged.

  8. The best solution is to set up a government-sponsored regulator to ensure fair prices for all agricultural products.

  9. The law requires all tax collectors to state their prices and may be fined if they ask for more than advertised.

  10. The lock may be loose or the cable is stuck, but it will take time to fix and this means that the item is not up to standard by the purchase price.

  11. They should reduce prices and receive lower profit margins.

Synonyms of Price

evaluate, total, financial value, forfeit, selling price, assay, figure, price, charge, set the price of, penalty, appraise, value, monetary value, terms, levy, result, fare, rate, sacrifice, amount, estimate, cost


Meanings of Earnings:
  1. Charges for work or services.

  2. Income from investment or product.

Sentences of Earnings
  1. It is a form of personal retirement provision with little reference to income or seniority.

  2. In this context, the process of reducing frustrations in terms of cost savings survives.

  3. Winston said he was worried before the floor collapsed and was not satisfied with the loss of revenue.

  4. He plans to file a civil lawsuit against them, alleging unfair detention and profiteering.

  5. He quit his job several months after the accident and lost his income.

  6. There was nothing he could do for himself, except to lose a significant income.

  7. I am ready to bear the loss caused by the long strike.

  8. If it works, it will eliminate the loss of future income to the claimant.

  9. I was in a restaurant and had little money, so I had to increase my income.

  10. If the key to success is money, then your success will be reflected in your earnings.

  11. But if you survive, you will need money to take care of it and replenish its income.

  12. High-income and long-term employees benefit from this assistance.

Synonyms of Earnings

gross pay, pay, net pay, take-home pay, stipend, salary, wages