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Great compilation of statistics - very interesting the value of PE/GDP. - makes one realize that US P/E ratios are not only higher than most of their OECD peers, but also way-way out of line with the current GDP growth.
Would have been even more interesting if the consensus expected growth for the next year was included

will rahal

Investors are aware of the inverse relationship between inflation and P/E ratios. Not many know that relative inflation affects the Earnings-Yield to Bond Yield ratio. As the PPI rise faster than CPI, the EY-to-BY ratio also increases.
This translates to lower P/E's.
You can see this graphically at
"Inflation, the Fed and P/E Contraction"

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