Earnings Per Share
Earnings Per Share represents the portion of a company's profit allocated to each outstanding share of common stock. It's calculated by the net income (reported or estimated) for a period divided by the total number of shares outstanding (TSO) during that period.
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Most Active Share Volume
|Symbol||Last Sale*||Change / Net %||Share Volume|
|$ 66.34||1.47 ▲ 2.26%||38,503,210|
|$ 95.22||0.19 ▲ 0.19%||31,778,001|
|$ 42.09||0.41 ▲ 0.97%||23,800,987|
Cisco Systems, Inc.
|$ 25.52||0.08 ▲ 0.31%||20,699,220|
|$ 31.25||0.01 ▼ 0.03%||19,941,915|
About the EPS Page
The Earnings Per Share Summary represents a comparison between the Consensus EPS Forecast and the actual Earnings Per Share as reported by the company for 8 quarters.
Why Investors CareEarnings Per Share data is the most fundamental measure of stock performance. A large consensus exists that earnings are the primary driver of stock prices over extended periods of time. Many investors believe that stock prices react favorably or negatively to differences between analyst EPS estimates and actual performance.
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