net income figures

net income figures

Loosely defined as a listing of after-tax income from various sources.
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As such, net income figures look a bit poor — but are far from it.
The company did not disclose its net income figures.
The net income figures reported by SMC included earnings attributable to minority or non-controlling interest.
The net income figures represent an 11.0 percent increase for the six months ended June 30, 2016, and an 18.3 percent increase for the three months ended June 30, 2015, when compared to the same periods last year.
As a result of the net income figures in the operating and promotions activities, the board will be able to rebuild the Contingency Fund.
Given the total revenue and net income figures of THB 1,786.19 million and THB 730.9 million, respectively, for the first nine months (Apr-Dec'15) of the period represented by VGI's 2015/16 financial statements, VGI's board of directors have resolved on 26 December to declare interim dividend payments at THB 0.05 per share, setting 11 February 2016 as the book-closing date, 8 February 2016 as the XD date and 19 February 2016 as the payment date.
But most health insurers have quarterly net income figures that are much smaller than their reported capital levels, and the risk program flows could look different when expressed as a share of second-quarter or first-half net income.
That's about the same as in the comparable period five years earlier, but the gap between the adjusted and net income figures has widened considerably: adjusted earnings were typically 16 percent higher than net income in the most recent period versus 9 percent five years ago.
The company downgraded its earlier revenues and net income figures published since nine months to September.
*** Net income figures for the current and prior year include numerous charges and adjustments.
What's behind this trend is the economic reality that there are only so many non-revenue producing functions that companies can house these days and still see net income figures in nice black numbers; numbers not bracketed by those soul-stopping parentheses that indicate a loss.
Using Bloomberg consensus net income figures for 2011E, we estimate that PhosAgro could pay RUB420/share in dividends this year.