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Earnings Forecast

The act or process of using certain data to predict future earnings of a publicly-traded company. Earnings forecasts can cause significant changes in share price for companies, since forecasts may influence earnings expectations. Various methods exist for forecasting; experts differ on which ones, if any, work.
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The RMSE was reduced by 6% when ECM earning forecast was compared to the naive model that was used for forecasting earnings.
New York, Shawwal 18, 1435, August 14, 2014, SPA -- Walmart cut its earning forecast for the year amid higher healthcare and investment costs as weak US sales continued to weigh on business, dpa quoted the world's largest retailer as saying Thursday.
Companies active in the market have been very busy in the second half of February, producing the mandatory earning forecast reports for the next Iranian year.
The company faces stiff competition from rivals Apple and Samsung and has revised down its earning forecast for the 2012 second quarter citing delay in shipments to the US market.
6 percent, to 1,759 yen after it revised upward its earning forecast.
Technology and manufacturing group Honeywell (NYSE:HON) announced on Wednesday its sales and earning forecast for 2010.
retail sector) reported lower-than-expected second quarter profits and cut its projected full-year earning forecast.
Albertsons lowered its sales and earning forecast for the year on Friday, citing expenses related to union agreements and intense price competition in Southern California among a slew of factors.
With positive earning forecast from DSI, I am confident that IVNE can run a positive cash flow and net profit year for 2005 and beyond.
Jena, Germany 11/18/02 -- Analytik Jena AG has announced that it is lowering its earning forecast for its fiscal year ended September 30, 2002 from EBIT of 1.
credit-rating agency said the review is promoted by NEC's recent downward revision of its earning forecast for the fiscal year through next March 31.
This view presumes that analysts' earning forecast incorporate new information immediately.