earnings report

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Noun1.earnings report - a financial statement that gives operating results for a specific periodearnings report - a financial statement that gives operating results for a specific period
financial statement, statement - a document showing credits and debits
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The company will hold the bonds as an investment and will report them in its next earnings statements.
Saudi companies issue brief earnings statements early in the reporting period before publishing more detailed results later.
Students will break down and analyze the components of corporate earnings statements, balance-sheets and cash flow statements in order to write sophisticated pieces on the financial reports issued by publicly held companies, Spokesman said.
Students will break down and analyze the components of corporate earnings statements, balance sheets and cash flow statements in order to write sophisticated pieces on the financial reports issued by publicly held companies, Spokesman said.
corporate earnings statements, and tables compare the different financial accounting issues faced by retailers, manufacturers, service enterprises, and financial institutions.
But Reuters calculated, based on previous earnings statements, a quarterly net profit of 67.
Earnings statements from a raft of companies around the world will be closely monitored this week.
These historical patterns of costs do not apply today, and yet, earnings statements are still presented as though they do.
Investigations into the alleged use of loss-mitigation, or finite, products to smooth companies' earnings statements have gained momentum over the past six months, leading to subpoenas issued by the U.
Reservists who missed receiving their March and April leave and earnings statements in the mail need to quit looking in their mailboxes and start looking on the Internet.
On the other hand, analysts of existing financial information will find it advantageous to use the tool to, for example, compare several of a company's earnings statements.
According to Hyperion's analysis, 41% of the Fortune 100 posted a schedule of earnings report, which is down from 52% the previous quarter, and 44% issued a cash flow statement concurrently with quarterly earnings statements, which is no change from the previous quarter.