Trailing Twelve Months

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Trailing Twelve Months

Referring to the most recently completed 12 month period. For example, trailing 12 month earnings refers to a company's earnings over the 12 months ending on the last day of the most recent month. Showing developments on a trailing 12 month basis is common way of tracking a company's finances. It is less commonly called last 12 months.
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Agreement dated 30 December 2013 is the agreement with the highest amount from among all agreements concluded between ORLEN Capital Group and Eni group in the last twelve months.
for investment banking services within the last twelve months and intends to seek compensation from Novelos Therapeutics, Inc.
Over the last twelve months, the major export markets with the largest annualized increase in purchases of U.
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Blockbuster generated meaningful discretionary free cash flow over the last twelve months (LTM) Sept.
Credit protection measures for the last twelve months ended June 30, 2006 are consistent with the rating category.
DivX is already shipping on 46 million consumer devices, and has been downloaded over 180 million times in the last four years, including over 50 million times during the last twelve months.
According to Forbes, selected companies have revenues between $5 million and $750 million, a share price above $5 as of September 29, 2006, profit margins of better than 5 percent, and positive sales and profit growth over both the last twelve months and the last five years.
Under this method, our churn percentage for the last twelve months would have been 18.
29 on 3-month average volume of 10,000 shares, carry profit margins of greater than 5% with positive sales and profit growth, on average, over both the last five years and last twelve months.
The sales growth was primarily the result of acquisitions made over the last twelve months.
Candidates must also carry profit margins of greater than 5% with positive sales and profit growth, on average, over both the last five years and last twelve months.