earnings report

earnings report UK US noun [C] FINANCE
an official document that gives details of a company's profit or loss for a particular period: quarterly/annual/recent earnings report »

The quarterly earnings report failed to impress investors.

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strong/solid earnings report

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disappointing/bad earnings report

See also PROFIT-AND-LOSS ACCOUNT(Cf. ↑profit-and-loss account), STATEMENT OF EARNINGS(Cf. ↑statement of earnings)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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