Economic earnings

Economic earnings

The real flow of cash that a firm could pay out forever in the absence of any change in the firm's productive capacity.

Economic Earnings

The cash flow a company expects to realize in perpetuity, assuming no change in its capacity to produce goods or services.
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'AMG reported Economic earnings per share of $3.33 in the second quarter and net client cash outflows of ($15.1) billion, which were driven primarily by ongoing performance headwinds in quantitative strategies across liquid alternatives and global equities.
Jay Horgen, President and CEO of AMG, said: "AMG reported Economic earnings per share of $3.33 in the second quarter and net client cash outflows of ($15.1) billion, which were driven primarily by ongoing performance headwinds in quantitative strategies across liquid alternatives and global equities.
He boasted of falling debt as a share of economic earnings, and PS4.5billion less borrowing this year than forecast.
The recognition of one's professional expertise is organized throughout diverse manners of social interaction (Mihaila, 2016a), and translates into economic earnings on the justification of it: (a) appraisals on an employee's performance and favorable outcome are being regulated in the knowledge industry via a social logic in conformity with perceptions; and, (b) there is an issue of trust and reliability that is situated at the center of the economic operation of such environments as labor markets, and networks with the idea of social capital.
The apex bank said that the system would enhance the ease of exports and improve economic earnings. A web-based and real time exchange control system, the solution links the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to commercial banks, the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority, exporters and other government agencies.
(NYSE: AMG) reported diluted earnings per share for the third quarter of 2016, were USD2.00, compared to USD1.96 for the same period of 2015, and economic earnings per share were USD3.02, compared to USD2.92 for the same period of 2015, the company said.
In addition, upon closing, AMG's assets under management are expected to increase by USD 55bn to nearly USD 700 bn (pro forma as of March 31, 2016), and AMG expects that the transaction will increase Economic earnings per share by USD 0.50 to USD 0.80 in 2017.
At its core, E&P represents the economic earnings and losses of a corporation that may be distributed to shareholders in the form of a dividend.
As the distance from Quezon to Manila is bigger and better, the net economic earnings of the Truck Operations will also be improved compared to the present situations of congestions and less velocity of expansions of their business operations.
The earnings management via the operating decisions is known as the "economic earnings management", because it attempts to manage the cash flows and thus the respective incomes and expenses of the period.
On top of gaining their economic earnings, the public purse stands to save even more on job seeker handouts.
The initiative is aimed at protecting as well as managing the resources in the area, such as coral reef usage, without affecting the economic earnings and tourism.
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