trailing twelve

trailing twelve

Shorthand for “trailing 12 months of financials,” meaning profit and loss information for a property or business for the past 12 months. Also written as the abbreviation “ttm.”

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Prices for those properties accelerated last quarter, as the median EBITDA trailing twelve months (ttm) enterprise value multiple increased to 11.
Additionally, for the trailing twelve month period from October 1, 2005 to September 30, 2006, new awards aggregated $31.
Consequently, the trailing twelve month distribution paid totals $1.
Earnings were lower for the trailing twelve month period (October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996) due primarily to the impact of the 1995 Gas Settlement which disallowed certain gas costs in the fourth quarter of 1995 and higher reserves for doubtful accounts throughout this period.
For the trailing twelve month period ended 9/30/94, net earnings of $701,000 ($0.
WesBanco's net income performance for the trailing twelve months ended September 30, 1994, including the write down, reflected a return on average assets of 1.
The operations will be joined under the newly-formed well-bore assurance and productivity business unit which had combined revenues of approximately $400 million at June 30, 2006 on a trailing twelve months basis.
For the trailing twelve month period ended 6/30/94, net earnings of $757,000 ($0.
The stressed DSCR for the trailing twelve months ending December 2005 was 1.
As of the trailing twelve months ending June 30, 2005, the Fitch stressed DSCR is 1.
Each of the acquisitions, which were completed in October, met our strict financial and operational criteria, as they all derive at least 40% of their revenue from software maintenance; they generate more than 25% in trailing twelve month EBITDA and were acquired for less than 5 times trailing EBITDA; they are all stable businesses that have been operating for over five years; and they all have an established long term customer base.