A company’s income during a certain period. The cost of sales, operating expenses, depreciation, taxes and other expenses are subtracted from revenue.

The figure is usually expressed on a per share basis, as Earnings per Share (or EPS), and used as the key element of the Price Earnings Ratio (or PER or P/E Ratio) in judging comparative values.

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