Real Earnings

Real Earnings

1. A company's profit after considering the impact of inflation.

2. An individual's income after considering the impact of inflation. See also: Real.
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One reason why ROE may not be a good predictor of stock returns is because the ratio does not reflect the real earnings power of a company.
Average real earnings fell by PS32 a week between 2008 and 2014, according to the research.
In one year, based on the average of this year's first five months, both gross and net wages have increased by more than 10 per cent, while real wages have risen by almost 7 per cent, and in consequence, real earnings have increased steadily in Hungary for more than six years.
Bureau of Labor Statistics released its May 2019 update on real earnings in the United States on Wednesday.
This study analyzed the influence of the economic environment, via business cycles, over the accruals-based or real earnings management strategies used by publicly-traded Brazilian companies.
On the private car sales front, the increases in February and January suggest the automotive sector can take some hope from currently improving real earnings growth.
The pick up in average hourly and weekly real earnings was a major catalyst too.
While increasing P/E ratios seem associated with good real earnings growth, decreasing P/E ratios seem to predict big earnings declines only for low and high P/E ratios.
Huddersfield Street Kitchen helping the needy THE average British worker has lost PS12,680 in real earnings in the 10 years following the 2008 bankers' recession, a survey by the TUC discloses.
"Real earnings are now growing faster than at any time since around the end of 2016."
Real earnings, housing affordability and life expectancy have all increased since 2005.