Cash earnings


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Cash earnings

A firm's cash revenues less cash expenses, which excludes the costs of depreciation.
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Chart 1 shows the fluctuations in total cash earnings of full-time employees versus part-time workers.
National Australia Bank (NAB:ASX) has reported an increase in its cash earnings.
Across industries, average weekly total cash earnings for all employees ranged from $539 in the Accommodation and food services industry to $2,388 in the Mining industry.
60 non-GAAP diluted cash earnings per share for the three months ended 31 March 2012.
TOKYO - Monthly total cash earnings at businesses with at least five employees fell 0.
For most companies -- especially those with significant investments that are being depreciated or amortized -- cash earnings will be significantly higher than NOPAT.
The company's cash earnings (cash earnings ignore noncash goodwill amortization) are $1.
Reconciliation of Net Income to Cash Earnings and Total Expenses to Cash Expenses (in thousands, except per share data and share amounts) (unaudited)
Specialist pharmaceutical company Watson Pharmaceuticals Inc (NYSE:WPI) said on Wednesday that it expects its adjusted cash earnings per share to be at or slightly above the midpoint of the latest forecast of USD3.
The bank said that its cash earnings for the first half has increased by 8.
March's average overall cash earnings, including those paid for fiscal year-end bonuses and other temporary reasons, came to 281,158 yen, down 0.
The company set new financial objectives based on cash earnings that promise 20-percent returns and 15-percent earnings-per-share growth.