Quarterly Earnings Growth

Quarterly Earnings Growth

The amount by which the earnings in a quarter exceed the earnings in a corresponding quarter from a previous year, expressed as a percentage. For example, if earnings in Q1 2009 were $1.5 million and were only $1 million in Q1 2008, quarterly earnings growth is 50%. Obviously, higher earnings are considered beneficial for a company, though there is no guarantee that they are sustainable.
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During his three-year-tenure with the company, Tekni-Plex has achieved consistent year-on-year quarterly earnings growth and has completed five strategic acquisitions.
For the MENA region quarterly earnings growth (+9%) is projected to outpace revenue growth (+4%), implying improving margins, with both actual revenue and net income above Bloomberg consensus estimates.
After Kuwaiti banks, which are heavily exposed to rising stock prices in Kuwait, Arqm Capital expects banks in the UAE to deliver the second-highest quarterly earnings growth in the Middle East and North Africa.
Industrial basic research has failed to demonstrate a return on investment that satisfies the ravenous appetite of Wall Street for quarterly earnings growth.
The performance extended Cardinal's skein of quarterly earnings growth of 20% or more per share to 12 consecutive years.
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