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This is the percent change in annual Dividends Per Share as compared to the same period one year ago. It is calculated as the Dividends Per Share for the most recent fiscal year minus the Dividends Per Share for the same period one year ago divided by the annual Dividends Per Share one year ago, multiplied by 100.
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This is the Dividend Per Share amount paid by the company for the most recent fiscal year.
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EBIT is computed as Total Revenues for the most recent fiscal year minus Total Operating Expenses plus Operating Interest Expense for the same period. This definition excludes non-operating income and expenses. NOTE: This item is only available for Industrial and Utility companies.
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EBITDA is EBIT for the most recent fiscal year plus the same period's Depreciation and Amortization expenses (from the Statement of Cash Flows). NOTE: This item is only available for Industrial and Utility companies.
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EBITDA is EBIT plus Depreciation and Amortization expenses (from the Statement of Cash Flows) for one year ago. NOTE: This item is only available for Industrial and Utility companies.
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This value is calculated by first determining the annual EBITD Margins for the 5 most recent fiscal years and then averaging the values. NOTE: This value is only available for Industrial and Utility companies.
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This value represents annual Earnings Before Interest, Taxes and Depreciation expressed as a percent of annual Total Revenue. NOTE: This value is only available for Industrial and Utility companies.
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Also known as Pretax Income or Earnings Before Taxes, is Total Revenue for the most recent fiscal year minus Total Expenses plus Non-operating Income and Expenses for the same period.
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This is the Income Before Tax number excluding the impact of all unusual/one-time/special charges items for the most recent annual period.
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This is the percent change in annual EPS as compared to the same period one year ago. It is calculated as the EPS for the most recent fiscal year minus the EPS for the same period one year ago divided by the annual EPS one year ago, multiplied by 100. NOTE: If the most recent fiscal year earnings per share value is negative, the result is Not Meaningful (NM).
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This is the Adjusted Income Available to Common Stockholders for the most recent fiscal year plus Discontinued Operations, Extraordinary Items, and Cumulative Effect of Accounting Changes for the same period divided by the most recent fiscal year's Diluted Weighted Average Shares Outstanding.
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This is the Normalized Income Available to Common Stockholders for the most recent anual period divided by the same period's Diluted Weighted Average Shares Outstanding.
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This is the Adjusted Income Available to Common Stockholders for the most recent fiscal year divided by the most recent fiscal year's Diluted Weighted Average Shares Outstanding.
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This value measures the percent of revenue left after paying all direct production expenses. It is calculated as annual Total Revenue minus annual Cost of Goods Sold divided by annual Total Revenue and multiplied by 100. NOTE: This item is only available for Industrial and Utility companies.
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This value measures the percent of revenue left after paying all direct production expenses. It is calculated as Total Revenue minus the Cost of Goods Sold for the year prior to the most recent fiscal year divided by the Total Revenue for the same period multiplied by 100. NOTE: This is only available for Industrial and Utility companies.
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Also known as Times Interest Earned, this is the ratio of Earnings Before Interest and Taxes for the most recent year divided by the Interest Expense for the same period. NOTE: This item is not meaningful for Banks and Insurance companies.
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This is the Total Operating and Non-Operating Interest Expense for the most recent fiscal year. NOTE: This item is Not Meaningful (NM) for Banks and Insurance companies.
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Consists of direct materials, work-in-process, and finished goods ready for sale. NOTE: Market Guide codes fuel as inventory for utilities. This item is reported only for Industrial and Utility companies.
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This value measures how quickly the Inventory is sold. It is defined as Cost of Goods Sold for the most recent fiscal year divided by Average Inventory. Average Inventory is the average of the Inventory at the beginning and end of the year. NOTE: This value is Not Meaningful (NM) for Banks and Insurance companies.
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This ratio is the Total Long Term Debt for the most recent fiscal year divided by the Total Assets for same period.