- earnings call UK US noun [C] IT, FINANCE► a teleconference (= a meeting between people in different places, connected by video, phone, etc.) in which a public company talks about its financial situation: »
In an earnings call on Tuesday, the CEO told investment analysts, ""The prospects are good for continued growth this year"".
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