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S&P 500 Earnings and Price Earnings Ratio Estimations

by Tom Huggens, 3455 days ago
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The S&P 500 earnings and estimate report shows the consensus expected earnings per share and price earnings ratio of the S&P 500 Index.
The report is released by The Standard & POOR's company.

This item creates and downloads historical data for the following ticker symbols:
^Earnings_Bottomup: Operating earnings per share (bottom up estimations)
^Rep_Earnings_Topdown: As reported earnings per share (top down estimations)
^Earnings_Topdown: Operating earnings per share (top down estimations)
^PER_Bottomup: Operating earnings P/E (Price earnings ratio or PER) (bottom up estimations)
^Rep_PER_Topdown: As reported earnings P/E (top down estimations)
^PER_Topdown: Operating earnings P/E (top down estimations)

- Bottom up estimations refer to equity analysts estimate for a specific stock starting from the bottom up to the index estimate.
- Top down estimations refer to analysts using economic, financial and policy models to estimate the S&P earnings per share and P/E ratio. The estimation does not come down the issue level.
- Operating earnings includes income from goods and services and excludes unusual items and corporate income such as financing, layoffs, Mergers and acquisitions.
- As reported earnings includes income from continuing operations, also known as GAAP, which is the abbreviation of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.

The data starts in 1988 and contains the consensus earnings per share and price earnings ratio of several months in the future.

Here are some S&P 500 related items:
S&P Earnings downloads the 12-month earnings per share of the S&P 500 index (from the companies that constitute the index)
Average Correlation Index - S&P 500 calculates the average correlation between US stocks and the S&P 500 index.
S&P 500 - Price to earnings ratio gets the average price earnings ratio of companies listed in the S&P 500. The ratio is based on the trailing 12-month earnings.




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