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This is the compound annual growth rate of number of Employees over the last 10 years based upon annualized interim data. NOTE: If the value for either the most recent year or the oldest year is zero or negative, the growth rate cannot be calculated, a 'NA' (Not Available) code will be used.
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This is the compound annual growth rate of number of Employees over the last 5 years based upon annualized interim data. NOTE: If the value for either the most recent year or the oldest year is zero or negative, the growth rate cannot be calculated, a 'NA' (Not Available) code will be used.
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This value is calculated by multiplying the current Price by the current number of Shares Outstanding.
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This is the Average Monthly Volume divided by the most recent Shares Outstanding, multiplied by 100.
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The value of this field will be a 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4 depending on which interim period was the last to be updated by a preliminary earnings announcement (press realeses). If there is no preliminary updates the value will be 0. Example: A company with a December fiscal year end that has released its September preliminary earnings would have a value of 3.
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This value is the sum of all short term debt, and notes payables, Long Term debt and preferred equity minus the total cash and equivalents and short term investments for the most recent annual period. NOTE: This item is reported only for Industrial, Utility & Banking companies.
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This value is the sum of all short term debt, and notes payables, Long Term debt and preferred equity minus the total cash and equivalents and short term investments for the most recent interim period. NOTE: This item is reported only for Industrial, Utility & Banking companies.
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This value represents the Average of the Interim Total Debt minus Total Cash & Short Term Investments at the beginning and at the end of the most recent annual period.
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This is the average Net Debt divided by the EBITDA for the most recent fiscal year. EBITDA is EBIT for the most recent fiscal year plus the same period's Depreciation and Amortization expenses. Average Net Debt represents average of the Total Debt minus Total Cash & Short Term Investments at the beginning and at the end of the most recent fiscal year. NOTE: This item is reported only for Industrial and Utility companies.
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This is the average Net Debt divided by the EBITDA for the most recent trailing twelve months period. EBITDA is EBIT for the most recent trailing twelve months plus the same period's Depreciation and Amortization expenses. Average Net Debt represents average of the Total Debt minus Total Cash & Short Term Investments at the beginning and at the end of the most recent trailing twelve months. NOTE: This item is reported only for Industrial and Utility companies.
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This ratio is calculated by dividing Net Debt for the recent fiscal year by the Historic Enterprise Value for the same period and is expressed as percent. Net Debt represents Total Debt minus Total Cash & Short Term Investments. Historic Enterprise Value represents Market Capitalization minus Cash and Equivalents plus Total Debt, Minority Interest and Preferred Stock.
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This ratio is calculated by dividing Net Debt for the recent fiscal interim by the Historic Enterprise Value for the same period and is expressed as percent. Net Debt represents Total Debt minus Total Cash & Short Term Investments. Historic Enterprise Value represents Market Capitalization minus Cash and Equivalents plus Total Debt, Minority Interest and Preferred Stock.
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This price is the highest Price the stock traded at in the last 12 months. This could be an intra-day high.
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This is the date of the highest Price the stock traded at in the last 12 months
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This is the compound annual growth rate of Net Income Before Extraordinary Items over the last 10 years. Net Income Including Extraordinary Items represents net income before being adjusted by extraordinary items, such as accounting changes, discontinued operations, extraordinary items, and taxes on extraordinary items. NOTE: If the value for either the most recent year or the oldest year is zero or negative, the growth rate cannot be calculated, a 'NA' (Not Available) code will be used.
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Net Income Before Extraordinary Items for the most recent trailing twelve months. This value represents net income before being adjusted by extraordinary items, such as accounting changes, discontinued operations, extraordinary items, and taxes on extraordinary items
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This value is the most recent period over period percent change in TTM Net Income Before Extraordinary Items. The period over period percent change formula is ending value minus beginning value divided by the absolute of the beginning value multiplied by 100.
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This value is the most recent interim period Income After Taxes minus the Income After Taxes for the preceding interim period divided by the Income After Taxes for the preceding quarter, multiplied by 100.
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This value is calculated as the most recent interim period Income After Taxes minus the Income After Taxes for the same period 1 year ago divided by the Income After Taxes for the same quarter one year ago, multiplied by 100.
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This is the sum of the Income After Taxes for the interim periods in the most recent fiscal year minus the sum of the Income After Tax for the interim periods during the same period 1 year ago divided by the Income After Taxes for the same period one year ago, multiplied by 100.