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Year-to-date (YTD)

The period beginning at the start of the calendar year up to the current date.


The period between the beginning of the calendar year and the present date. It is often used to calculate a company's income up to the present date and may be compared to the same period of the previous year to evaluate a company's financial health.

Year-to-date (YTD).

Year-to-date (YTD) describes the period beginning January 1 of the current year and ending with the current date.

YTD figures are used to evaluate the returns an investment has generated during the current year.

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For Maserati, the Groups luxury brand, European sales totaled 810 vehicles in October and 8,337 for the year-to-date.
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2 per cent from 1,932 to 1,909 and year-to-date was down 18.
8 billion in sales bringing year-to-date sales volume to $214.
Domestic crude oil production in July increased from the prior month, the prior year, and the prior year-to-date to reach its highest July output level in 45 years, since 1972.
For the year to date period, total Volvo truck deliveries were 12,382 as compared with 15,060 in the corresponding year-to-date period of the prior year, representing an 18% decline.
In addition, the company said there were 65,979 departures for the year-to-date 2008, compared to 63,963 for the year-to-date 2007, a 3.
Year-to-date, public construction has risen 5% from the first half of 2003, with 10 out of 13 components higher.
Meanwhile, year-to-date net available general revenue for the month of September is $337.