REPORTED EARNINGS PER SHARE Definition

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REPORTED EARNINGS PER SHARE is the earnings per share after profit owed to preference shareholders or minority interests is subtracted, i.e. it is the profit that actually belongs to the ordinary shareholders.

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SKATIKAS (SKATIKU, SKATIKAI) is a currency of Lithuania.

BOOK-TO-MARKET is the ratio of the firms book equity to market equity.

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