A measure of a companys earning power from ongoing operations, equal to earnings...
determined by subtracting cost of sales and operating expenses from net sales. Page 330
The total embedded value profit for a period is broken into three components for reporting purposes - the operating profit, the impact of short-term investment fluctuations and the effect of changes in economic assumptions. The latter items are "below the line" as they are outside the control of management. The operating profit consists of the profits from new business written in the period and the return from the in-force book of business.
Gross profit, or gross margin, plus/less all operating revenues and costs, regardless of the financial structure of the company and whatever exceptional events occurred during the period.
Profit generated by a companyâ€(tm)s operations before interest payments, tax or non operating income... more on: Operating profit
The profit from the operations of the business for the current accounting period, eg for a farm business the enterprise contributions, less overheads plus or minus sundry items.
Indicates the profit and loss arising from core business activities. The figure is pre-tax profit plus interest paid minus non trading income.
The profit that a company makes before the deduction of interest and tax.
A measure of profit after deducting all operating expenses but before adding share of results of associates and joint ventures, and before deducting interest and tax. In UK GAAP, certain exceptional items (non-operating exceptionals, or 'super-exceptionals') are also added/deducted after operating profit.
Operating profit is the profit that the company makes, before taking into account interest, tax and dividends. Operating profit is also known as EBIT (earnings before interest and tax) or PBIT (profit before interest and tax).
Operating Profit is gross profit less all other expenses except for interest and tax. Consequently, it is also known as profit before interest and tax. In Wisespeak it is also known as EBIT, or Earnings Before Interest and Tax.
Profit on ordinary activities excluding goodwill amortisation
Revenue from a firm's regular activities less costs and expenses and before income deductions.
Net sales - Operating expenses Operating profits can also be calculated as Profit before Tax + Depreciation + Interest - Other Income
Net profit but before interest and taxation.
Operating Profit is gross profit less all other expenses except for interest and tax. Consequently, it is also known as profit before interest and tax. It is also known as EBIT, or arnings efore nterest and ax.
a business segmentâ€(tm)s revenue, less its operating expenses, excluding corporate staff expenses, net interest expense, income taxes and certain other expenses.
This is calculated; Gross Profit - Expenses. It is the same as net profit unless the business has other income from investments or expenditure on loan interest. These items are not considered in calculating the Operating Profit.
pre-tax earnings after deducting all operating expenses from gross margin.
Operating revenue after operating expenses are deducted.
earnings before interest, tax and exceptional items.
Profit after net financial items as a percentage of sales.
The profit (or loss) from a company's principal (main) trading activity.
Revenue of the business less the total of all costs of the operation.
The difference between turnover (or revenue) and total operating expenses, but before interest and taxation have been taken into account.
The figure which remains after deducting all operating costs (except capital expenses) from sales revenue.
Operating profit is the net profit that is earned by a business before any exceptional items, finance costs or tax charges. It can be calculated by taking gross profit (or gross margin) plus/less all operating revenues and costs.
Gross profit - [minus] all operating expenses. This is the profit before subtracting (or adding) taxes and interest.
unless otherwise indicated Operating Profit has been taken as earnings before interest, taxation, depreciation and goodwill amortization (EBITDA) as the best indicator of a company's on-going profitability.
Profit before interest and tax have been deducted.
see Operating Earnings.
The difference between revenue (or turnover) and the costs incurred during operations (total operating expenses), ie before interest and tax are taken into account.
earnings before interest and taxes.
The difference between sales and total operating expenses.
Excludes major restructuring costs, goodwill amortisation, operating profit on associates and exceptional items.