EBIT


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EBIT

[′ē‚bit or ¦ē¦bē¦ī′tē]
(electronics)
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Even when SUITESTENSA expanded into different markets such as Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, China, Germany and parts of Eastern Europe, EBIT continued to offer full technological support for the platform by building and maintaining support facilities in those countries or regions.
65 billion in 2015 EBIT to the full-year 2015 target of at least EUR 2.
EBIT before special items was 217 million [euro] and thus at the same level as in the fourth quarter of 2013.
Marine Harvest Norway achieved "satisfactory" results in the second quarter, with an operational EBIT per kilo of NOK 3.
The company posted an EBIT of EURO648m in the third quarter of 2008, compared to EUR1,891 in the third quarter of 2007.
The measure used is the ratio of the Market Invested Capital (value of the outstanding stock plus the interest-bearing debt) divided by trailing 12 months of EBIT (MIC/EBIT).
o EBIT and EBIT margin amounted to SEK 60 m (17) and 10.
Year over year, third-quarter EBIT was lower primarily due to reduced volume, increased manufacturing costs and unfavorable timing impact related to raw material spread, partially offset by LIFO income.
However, in terms of EBIT the company missed expectations as the experts estimated EBIT would come in at EUR 190 million.
The increase in EBIT was fuelled by strong summer tyre sales and an early start of the winter tyre season, the company said.
The reported EBIT was in line with analysts' forecasts, while the revenue beat them.