Facebook Earnings Per Share

Facebook Inc -- USA Stock  

USD 177.95  1.05  0.59%

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Earnings Per Share Analysis

Earnings per Share (EPS) denotes the portion of a company's earnings that is allocated to each share of common stock. To calculate Earnings per Share investors will need to take a company's net income, subtract any dividends for preferred stock, and divide it by the number of average outstanding shares. EPS is usually presented in two different ways: basic and diluted. Fully diluted Earnings per Share takes into account effects of warrants, options, and convertible securities and is generally viewed by analysts as a more accurate measure.
Facebook 
Earnings per Share 
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Earnings 
Average Shares 
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4.47 times

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About Earnings Per Share

Earnings per Share is one of the most important measures of the current share price of a firm, and is used by investors to determine the company overall profitability; especially when it is compared to the EPS of similar companies.
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Facebook Earnings Per Share Assessment

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According to company disclosure Facebook Inc has Earnings Per Share of 4.47 times. This is 3338.46% higher than that of the Technology sector, and 208.28% higher than that of Internet Information Providers industry, The Earnings Per Share for all stocks is 94.35% lower than the firm.

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Facebook is rated below average in earnings per share category among related companies.

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