pretax loss

pretax loss

A loss reported before tax benefits are considered.
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The investing firms has announces a pretax loss of GBP274,490 for the half year to end-September, compared to a pretax loss of GBP384,382 a year before, as a result of lowered administrative expenses.
The budget airline said on Friday it now expects a pretax loss for the six-months to end-March, a traditionally loss-making period, of between 60 million and 65 million pounds ($91-99 million), narrowing its previous guidance of between 50 million to 75 million pounds.
This represents a pretax loss of USD66 million, including a USD40 million expense related to the early extinguishment of corporate debt.
9 February 2010 - Scandinavian air travel group SAS AB (STO: SAS) unveiled today plans to raise a further SEK5bn in a rights issue as its pretax loss quadrupled to a larger-than-expected SEK1.
The pretax loss stood at EUR 607 million due to the further growth in risk provisions.
By order of the size of pretax loss, the other four are Nissay Dowa General Insurance Co.
Avis Europe plc reported a narrower first-half pretax loss on continuing operations and said its current expectations for the full year underlying result remain unchanged, despite expectations for more limited volume growth in second half.
68 billion pretax loss from Katrina and an $850 million pretax loss from Hurricane Rita, both in the third quarter of 2005.
For the entire fiscal year through March 31, Mitsubishi has kept its earlier earnings projection unchanged -- a net loss of 472 billion yen and a pretax loss of 197 billion yen on sales of 2,035 billion yen.
66 billion yen, compared with a group pretax loss of 12.
said Thursday it incurred a consolidated pretax loss of 365 million yen in the fiscal first half ended Sept.
In its Form 10-Q filed on May 14, 2001, HALO reported a pretax loss from continuing operations of $36.