The Company split its share price in July 2013 in ratio of 2:1. So the the number of shares outstanding doubled. So EPS halved which is not reflected in the AR of the Company.

That might be the reason for different EPS. Screener is showing the correct number as per my understanding.

I also need help understanding this. I can’t even attempt to understand the valuation of companies with such differences in numbers :-

Gruh Finance CMP 194.1 (NSE) EPS P/E

Moneycontrol 5.1 37.96

NDTV Profit 9.24 21.01

Now if you multiply both sets of figures, you get the same stock price. But there is a huge difference in valuation in terms of EPS which leads to the difference in P/E.

I’d be really happy if someone could guide me to a site which has the correct numbers for all Companies (not just GRUH)

If someone can explain why there is this huge difference in the EPS figures of MoneyControl and NDTV?

I think it is always best to rely on numbers reports to the stock exchanges (NSE or BSE). All other sources pull in data and sometimes adjust it/make typing or data pulling errors.

In case of Gruh, the FY14 (ended March 2014) diluted EPS is Rs 9.79, basic EPS is Rs 9.86

@Sunil - can you explain which would be the correct way of calculating EPS then? Or the more objective method from the shareholders perspective. Thanks!