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earnings

in relation to an employment, any salary, wages, fee, gratuity or other profit or incidental benefit of any kind obtained by the employee if it is money or monies worth (i.e. convertible to money). It also includes any taxable BENEFIT IN KIND and any amount paid to the employee in respect of expenses.
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* Donaldson Company, Inc.(NYSE:DCI) is estimated to report quarterly earnings at $0.60 per share on revenue of $725.39 million.
Share prices normally go up when earnings exceed market expectations but when earning results disappoint investors, stocks usually decline on profit-taking.
Previous literature documents that managers tend to round their reported earnings and revenues upwards to achieve key reference points represented by N x [10.sup.k] (1) (Carlsaw, 1988; Thomas, 1989; He et al., 2013).
Net operating earnings(1) were $22.8 million and operating earnings per share(1) were $0.52 for its fourth quarter ended December 31, 2017; these operating results exclude $1.4 million in after-tax merger-related costs and $6.3 million in nonrecurring tax expenses related to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the "Tax Act").
For example, if the number of short-ter m workers increases, the total hours worked for all part-time workers decreases, and thus even if hourly wages are increasing, the total cash earnings may decrease.
In its recent report, Markaz said Qatar's corporate earnings fell by 11% in the first half of this year (H1, 2016).
"The gap between estimates for the year ahead and actual earnings is now the widest since 2009," Kleintop warned in a report on Monday.
(http://www.ibtimes.com/stock-market-update-uncertainty-plagues-outlook-stocks-earnings-go-full-swing-2351392) Quarterly earnings reported by companies in the Standard and Poor's 500-stock index have dropped in each quarter since the final months of 2014.
Earnings from real estate came in at $3.7 billion recording a growth of 44.5 per cent (YoY).
Earnings surge 33.5 per cent in first nine months of 2014; banks drive Dubai's 55.5 per cent leap to $5.1 billion
(NASDAQ: PEBK), the parent company of Peoples Bank, has reported third quarter and year to date earnings results.

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