multiple

multiple
/'mʌltɪp(ə)l/ adjective
many
noun
1.
share on a multiple of 5 a share with a P or E ratio of 5 (i.e. 5 is the result when dividing the current market price by the earnings per share)
2. a company with stores in several different towns
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‘…many independents took advantage of the bank holiday period when the big multiples were closed’ [The Grocer]
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‘…the multiple brought the price down to £2.49 in some stores. We had not agreed to this deal and they sold out very rapidly. When they reordered we would not give it to them. This kind of activity is bad for the brand and we cannot afford it’ [The Grocer]

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