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Your P-E data is at odds with THIS : http://online.barrons.com/public/page/9_0210-indexespeyields.html



Both sets of data are right, but they are from two different calculations. The P/E ratio we've shown is using trailing 12-month earnings before extraordinary items. Barron's is calculating it based on a different earnings per share number.

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