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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also said, ''As earnings reports are starting to come out (in the United States), investors are picking up stocks that are associated with them.
Each year, the Social Security Administration (SSA) receives millions of employer-submitted earnings reports (Form W-2s) that it is unable to place in an individual Social Security record.
Coming amid an unsettling stock market slide prompted largely by dismal corporate earnings reports and concerns over accounting irregularities, this news was very welcome.
Also, tech shares had shot up rapidly earlier this year, then were punished if their earnings reports didn't meet expectations.
Here's a preview of the earnings reports due out today from some of the area's largest companies (and headquarter location):
A continuously updated list of US corporate earnings reports
Prosecutors arrested two former executives of a bankrupt information system firm on Thursday on suspicion of submitting false earnings reports with padded sales.
stocks may rise in the coming week as earnings reports show limited damage from Asia's economic crisis.
Instead, the self-proclaimed numbers man says he goes with what he "knows," based primarily on corporate earnings reports.
This doesn't mean that there won't be a lot of earnings reports (386 are confirmed for this week), but rather that daily earnings reports won't have as big of an impact on trading direction.
Tokyo stocks managed to remain in positive territory Friday morning despite giving up most of their early gains as optimism over eased credit worries and lower oil prices fizzled out with poorer-than-expected earnings reports from U.
The Dow had rallied as a series of impressive earnings reports from United Technologies, McDonald's and Texaco helped make a vague memory of Wednesday's disappointment over IBM's results.