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INVESTMENT RATIOS - Market Value Analysis
  Price-Quality (PQ) Ratio
  Tobin's Q Ratio
  Tobin's Q Ratio (excl. intangibles)
  Dividend Yield
  Market-to-Book Ratio
  Price-to-Pre-Tax Profit PS
  Price-to-Retained Profit PS
  Price-to-Cash Flow PS
  Price-to-Sales PS
  Price-to-Net Tangible Asset Value PS
  Price-to-Cash PS
  Net Working Capital PS
  Price Pct to Working Capital
  Average PE
  Earnings Yield
  Years in Average
  PE to PE Average

Market-to-Book Ratio

Market-to-Book Ratio, is the ratio of the current share price to the book value per share. It measures how much a company worths at present, in comparison with the amount of capital invested by current and past shareholders into it. The formula is:

market capitalisation / ord cap, reserves

Alternatively, the calculation could be as follows:

share price / NAV per share-basic

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