The table below lists the current & historical P/E (TTM) ratio, dividend yield & CAPE ratio of the Russell 2000 index. When the price-earnings ratio is calculated, also negative earnings have been taken account. This makes the ratio much higher than the trailing P/E reported by e.g. FTSE Russell which excludes companies reporting negative net income. The combined earnings of Russell 2000 companies were negative between 3/31/2016 and 2/28/2017 and have been negative again since 8/31/2020. The current dividend yield of the index is 1.21% (12/31/2020).
[Russell 2000] – P/E, Yield & CAPE Ratio
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