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# un PER99 de 10,4x y PER00 de 9,2x

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 11:00 Feb 9, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
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 Spanish term or phrase: un PER99 de 10,4x y PER00 de 9,2x It's a financial text, and the sentence goes: 'La accion cotiza a ratios muy atractivos, en concreto a un PER99 de 10,4x y PER00 de 9,2x.' Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated....
 AM Steele

naPER means price to earnigs ratio (relación precio/utilidad). 99 and 00 refer to years 1999 and 2000Leonardo Lamarche
naPER = Price to Earnings Ratio; 99 = 1999 earnings, 00 = 2000 earningsRaul Interiano

30 mins
PER = Price to Earnings Ratio; 99 = 1999 earnings, 00 = 2000 earnings

Explanation:
They're using the English term.

 Raul Interiano

31 mins
Price (to) Earnings Ratio

Explanation:
Straight from the English.
99 and 00 refer to the year, 10,4=10.4;

8 days
PER means price to earnigs ratio (relación precio/utilidad). 99 and 00 refer to years 1999 and 2000

Explanation:
Therefore PER99 10.2X should be translated "10.2 veces precio/utilidad"

 Leonardo LamarcheLocal time: 13:32PRO pts in pair: 124