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PEG ratio

Where can I find PEG ratio for the last 5 years?


  • Hi Soniya. I'm not sure where you can find the historical PEG ratio. Anyways, you can calculate it yourself. You can find the historical average PE ratio on financial websites like equity master (Goto equitymaster --> Stock page --> 5-year fact set) and then divide it with the earnings growth rate to arrive at PEG ratio. I hope it helps. Cheers!!

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