"c"

05:02 Jan 31, 2000
English to French translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: "c"
The analyst consensus for earnings in the current fiscal year is 80c a share and for 2001, 87c,...

percentile (?)
cents (?)
basis points (?)

Thanks for your help!
Sébastien St-François
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Summary of answers provided
na +1cents
Evelyna Radoslavova
nacents
Béatrice Huret-Morton
nacents
geo1mar2


  

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2 hrs peer agreement (net): +1
cents


Explanation:
I'd say: "80 cents l'action"... but you should probably confirm with the client if you can.
Bonne chance!

Evelyna Radoslavova
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4 hrs
cents


Explanation:
juste pour confir,er

geo1mar2
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7 hrs
cents


Explanation:
EPS is usually given in a currency; EPS per share is usually a small figure. I think there is little doubt that the 'c' stands for 'cents'. I you have the figures you can double check. Divide the net profit forecast by the number of outstanding shares.
I hope this helps.

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