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# Pioneer Floating Rate Trust Cash per Share

: \$0.09 (As of May. 2020)
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Cash per Share is calculated as Cash and cash equivalents divided by Shares Outstanding (EOP). Pioneer Floating Rate Trust's Cash per Share for the quarter that ended in May. 2020 was \$0.09.

## Pioneer Floating Rate Trust Cash per Share Historical Data

* All numbers are in millions except for per share data and ratio. All numbers are in their local exchange's currency.

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 Pioneer Floating Rate Trust Annual Data Nov17 Nov18 Nov19 Cash per Share 0.04 0.08 0.20

 Pioneer Floating Rate Trust Semi-Annual Data Nov17 May18 Nov18 May19 Nov19 May20 Cash per Share 0.03 0.08 0.05 0.20 0.09

## Pioneer Floating Rate Trust Cash per Share Calculation

This is the ratio of a company's available cash, including easy to liquidate short-term investment, to its total number of shares outstanding. The result indicates the percentage of a company's share price that is available to spend on company's activities, such as strengthening the business, paying down the debt and making dividend payment to shareholders. It's a reliable indicator of a company's financial health.

Pioneer Floating Rate Trust's Cash per Share for the fiscal year that ended in Nov. 2019 is calculated as:

 Cash per Share = Cash and cash equivalents / Shares Outstanding (EOP) = 4.921 / 24.74 = 0.20

Pioneer Floating Rate Trust's Cash per Share for the quarter that ended in May. 2020 is calculated as:

 Cash per Share = Cash and cash equivalents / Shares Outstanding (EOP) = 2.164 / 24.74 = 0.09

* All numbers are in millions except for per share data and ratio. All numbers are in their local exchange's currency.

Pioneer Floating Rate Trust  (NYSE:PHD) Cash per Share Explanation

Cash per Share represents the liquidity of a compant's assets. A high level of Cash per Share suggests that there's enough money on hand for a company to cover any emergencies and that the company has adequate money to reinvest its business or pay dividends to investors. However, if the ratio is too high, it can also suggeust the inefficiency of management for not making a full usage of the cash.