EPS


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eps

abbreviation for
(Stock Exchange) earnings per share
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EPS

abbr electrophysiology study. V. study.
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In a departure from current practice, the FASB would require preparers to use the average market price of the common stock during the period when calculating diluted EPS.
Research conducted by ARCO Chemical Co showed that EPS patterns grow 0.
We are pleased to be working with Veolia, the world leader in environmental services, to recycle as much EPS as possible," states Jack Chen, CEO of Sancon.
Another big advantage is that WEPS avoids the long aging time required for pentane-blown EPS beads, which must be aged at least 4 to 12 hr after pre-expansion (and often as long as a day or two) before they can be molded.
The results of this clinical trial show that the Spectral Analytic MTWA test is comparable to the 'gold standard' invasive EPS, and therefore should provide physicians with additional confidence in their diagnosis when utilizing our technology.
Because EPP does not contain a blowing agent, these machines require mold pressures of up to 6 bar, about double the pressure for EPS.
In addition to NPRC (a partnership of PS resin producers), a new group called the Association of Foam Packaging Recyclers (AFPR), representing all 78 EPS custom shape molders in the U.
Robert Deane, President of EPS Network Solutions, said, "This is an exciting program for EPS and we are thrilled to be working with GigaBeam.
Exposed through increased numbers of uniquely different mobile devices and a widening variety of networking environments, IT organizations are prepared to embrace EPS solutions in what's shaping up to be an epic battle between good and evil.
Software licenses sold by EPS are based on a set number of end customers.