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Earnings Growth

The actual or expected increase in profits over two comparable periods of time. For example, if a company had a $1 million profit in 2009 and a $1.2 million profit in 2010, it is said to have experienced 20% earnings growth.
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Dismal productivity growth, dismal earning growth and dismal economic growth are not just part of the history of the last decade, they appear to be the new normal," he said.
The firm said earning growth of 83% during the third quarter, up to Rs1739.
The value of a stock is based on earning growth and risks.
Looking ahead, FactSet says analysts are projecting earning growth of 5.
Any jolt will come externally, like an in orderly monetary evacuation from markets in the United States, Europe and so on, although historical returns may not come soon since earning growth needs to catch up," added Jain.
With this in mind, India Ratings and Research, said, " FY16 passenger earning growth target is optimistic in the wake of no increase in passenger fare.
Developer forecasts 2015-16 earning growth as projects being readied for delivery
Banking sector earning growth continues and registered significant growth of over 39% during 9MCY14 exhibits bottom-line of Rs109.
The valuation and trajectory of earning growth will always trump over any other factor, including stock splits," says Dhawan of Equentis Capital.
In the first index, earning, earning growth, earning per share, dividends per share, and earning before interest and tax return of investment faced with some problems due to using accounting earning.
In our view, stock selection will be more critical to generating returns in this phase of the market cycle as companies differentiate themselves on earning growth and valuation.
The Chinese economy is in the sweet spot now with rebounding GDP growth, rebounding earning growth and low inflation," said Lu Ting, China economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.