This indicator is calculated as the percentage change in Basic earnings per share for one year.
(EPS basic (current) - EPS basic (prev. Period)) / EPS basic (prev. Period) * 100
This indicator reflects the growth rate of a company's basic profit per share outstanding for one year. It is calculated based using only common shares. An increase in EPS growth may signal that a company is becoming more profitable and efficient in its operations. A decline in EPS growth may signal that a company is spending more or losing business share. EPS growth should be viewed alongside other metrics like revenue and costs.