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Japan Price to Earnings (ttm)

The P/E ratio is arguably the most common method for determining valuations of both individual stocks and the market as a whole. The P/E ratio divides the price by the earnings of the trailing twelve months. This can be problematic when earnings are temporarily depressed during a recession and the ratio becomes useless. This can be largely avoided by using other forms of the P/E such as the cyclically adjusted P/E, or by using other metrics altogether such as the price to book ratio.

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P/E - Historical Chart of the Price to Earnings Ratio of Japan Stocks Index Log Chart Source: Tokyo Stock Exchange