Cents per share


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Cents per share

The amount of a mutual fund's dividend or capital gains distributions that a shareholder will receive for each share owned.

Cents per Share

The dividend that a mutual fund or publicly-traded company gives to shareholders for each share owned.
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3 million, or 62 cents per share, for the three months that ended Dec.
Construction and mining equipment maker Terex (NYSE: TEX) exceeded both second- and third-quarter earnings estimates by an average margin of 22 cents per share.
The gain was partially offset by an after-tax charge of 29 cents per share related to a goodwill write-off in the company's molded plastics business and an after-tax charge of 12 cents per share related to the planned shutdown of a molded plastics plant in Alsip, Ill.
The company, which boosted estimates in previous quarters, had told investors to expect 17 cents per share.
Looking ahead, TJX sees earnings of 48-50 cents per share for the fourth quarter, above a previous range of 47-49 cents per share.
31 the company reported net income of $12 million, or 20 cents per share, on record sales of $76.
First-quarter net income from continuing operations (excluding results from energy businesses and nonrecurring items) was $2,549,000 or 23 cents per share, up 235 percent from $760,000 or seven cents per share in 1993.
According to Thomson First Call, the Street expected earnings of 45 cents per share on revenue of $6.
The company's profit amounted to 11 cents per share for the quarter that ended June 30.
Earlier this week, the analyst raised his forecast from 43 cents per share to 54 cents per share.