Russian translation: НР раз за разом не удавалось достичь запланированных показателей по прибыли/(прибылям) и ОБОРОТУ, её
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GLOSSARY ENTRY (DERIVED FROM QUESTION BELOW)
English term or phrase:
projected earnings and revenue numbers
НР раз за разом не удавалось достичь запланированных показателей по прибыли/(прибылям) и ОБОРОТУ, её
запланированные/ожидаемые показатели по прибыли (чистому доходу) и валовому доходу
Explanation: Ниже довольно популярно разъясняется разница между "earnings" и "revenue". Мне в свое время довелось минут 30 слушать "лекцию" одного из старших партнеров Ernst & Young, которого я попросил объяснить разницу между profit, income, revenue, и earnings (огромное ему за это спасибо):))
Another word for profit, or net income, in this case the sum of the trailing four quarters' net income from continuing operations and discontinued operations.
Investors need to understand the different types of earnings presentations to get a clear picture of a company's financials. There are three types of earnings often presented:
Actual earnings. What a company earned including all current revenue and expenses.
Operating earnings. Includes only revenue and costs from on-going operations. Excludes one-time non-operational charges such as gains or losses on sales of assets or one-time acquisition costs. Inventory write-downs and currency impacts are to be included in operating earnings (though the market often views them as special).
Pro-forma earnings. Compares current quarter costs and losses against similar accounting practices and similar categories from the prior period. Excludes revenue and costs from operations that were not in the comparable quarter.
All the money (or other items of value) that came into the company during the given period. Revenue includes everything: sales, interest income, proceeds from the sale of a subsidiary and so forth. Revenue is thus one of the most reliable items on the income statement, as opposed to net income, which is subject to various accounting and managerial judgments. But the all-inclusive nature of revenue can make it misleading. If 50 percent of revenue in a given year came from the one-time sale of some land, clearly one shouldn't assume that the business will have similar revenue in future years.