Per Share (EPS) Growth Rate = (EPS at end of period -
EPS at beginning of period) / EPS at beginning of period
earnings per share growth rate indicates the amount of
growth for investors.
ratio helps determine the multiplier used in calculating
the company's market value. A higher ratio yields a
in this ratio indicates whether growth is steady , sporadic,
accelerating or declining.
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The earnings per share growth rate ratio is listed in
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