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This value represents the average TTM Interim Gross Dividends (Common Stock) for the last 3 years divided by the average of the TTM Interim Income Available to Common Excluding Extraordinary Items for the same period, expressed as a percent. Gross Dividends . Common Stock represents total dividends declared and paid to common shareholders for a period. Income Available to Common Excluding Extraordinary Items represents net income available to common stockholders, not including the effect of extraordinary items, and is used to calculate Basic EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items.

The Pricing Date is the date at which the issue was last priced. It indicates the date for NPRICE field.

The P/E Ratio for each of the past 60 months is calculated using the month end Price divided by the trailing twelve month Earnings Per Share (EPS) Excluding Extraordinary Items ending at least 1 month earlier than the pricing date. The average of these 60 P/E values is the 5 Year Average Price Earnings Ratio. NOTE: If a trailing twelve month EPS value is less than or equal to zero, the corresponding month's P/E ratios are assigned an NM value. If there are less than 40 positive P/E values, then the 5 Year Average P/E is not meaningful.

This ratio is calculated by dividing the current Price by the sum of the Basic Earnings Per Share from continuing operations BEFORE Extraordinary Items and Accounting Changes over the last four quarters.

This ratio is calculated by dividing the current Price by the sum of the Diluted Earnings Per Share from continuing operations BEFORE Extraordinary Items and Accounting Changes over the last four interim periods.

The P/E Ratio for each of the past 60 months is calculated using the month end Price divided by the trailing twelve month Earnings Per Share (EPS) Excluding Extraordinary Items ending at least 1 month earlier than the pricing date. The highest of these 60 P/E values is the 5 Year High Price Earnings Ratio. NOTE: If a trailing twelve month EPS value is less than or equal to zero, the corresponding month's P/E ratios are assigned an NM value. If there are less than 40 positive P/E values, then the 5 Year High P/E is assigned an NM.

This ratio is calculated by dividing the current Price by the sum of the Diluted Earnings Per Share including discontinued operations AFTER Extraordinary Items and Accounting Changes over the last four interim periods.

The P/E Ratio for each of the past 60 months is calculated using the month end Price divided by the trailing twelve month Earnings Per Share (EPS) Excluding Extraordinary Items ending at least 1 month earlier than the pricing date. The lowest of these 60 P/E values is the 5 Year Low Price Earnings Ratio. NOTE: If a trailing twelve month EPS value is less than or equal to zero, the corresponding month's P/E ratios are assigned an NM value. If there are less than 40 positive P/E values, then the 5 Year Low P/E is assigned an NM.

This ratio is calculated by dividing the Price one year ago by the sum of the Basic Earnings Per Share from continuing operations BEFORE Extraordinary Items and Accounting Changes for each of the four quarters prior to the current trailing twelve months.

This ratio is calculated by dividing the Price one year ago by the sum of the Diluted Earnings Per Share from continuing operations BEFORE Extraordinary Items and Accounting Changes for each of the four quarters prior to the current trailing twelve months.

This is the percentage change in the company's stock price over the last four weeks.

This is the percentage change in price over the last four weeks as compared to the change in price of the S&P 500 during that same period.

This is the percentage change in the company's stock price over the last thirteen weeks.

This is the percentage change in price over the last thirteen weeks as compared to the change in price of the S&P 500 during that same period.

The 1 Day Price Percent Change is the percentage change in the company's previous day's stock price and the current stock price.

This is the percentage change in the company's stock price over the last twenty six weeks.

This is the percentage change in price over the last twenty six weeks as compared to the change in price of the S&P 500 during that same period.

This is the Current Price divided by the latest interim Tangible Book Value Per Share. Tangible Book Value Per Share is defined as Book Value minus Goodwill and Intangible Assets divided by the Shares Outstanding at the end of the interim period.

This is the Current Price mutlipled by Total Shares Outstanding divided by Tangible Common Equity. Tangible Common Equity is defined as common equity less goodwill and intangibles.

This is the percentage change in the company's stock price over the last fifty two weeks.

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