S&P 500 Stocks by Lowest P/E Ratio

The Price-to-Earnings (P/E) Ratio is one of the most well-known ratios for valuing a stock. It is calculated by simply dividing the price for a share of a stock by the earnings per share of a stock. It offers a way to compare various stocks by normalizing their price into a multiple of their earnings.

Here are the top ten stocks with the lowest P/E ratio in the S&P 500:

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