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The growth and stability of this ratio are a good indicator of how much a company is increasing profits. But it is sometimes difficult to make comparisons across companies because of different methods of calculating earnings. QXD 16/11/05 Part 1 ■ 10:05 am Page 26 Identifying the players Pre-tax profit this year Pre-tax loss last year Sector classification, for example, Engineering & Machinery Dividends per share this and last year net of tax Earnings per share this and last year Fig. QXD 16/11/05 10:05 am Page 27 Companies ■ Dividends Monday’s newspaper discusses company results to be announced that week, including analysts’ forecasts for earnings and dividends.
They describe the current trading conditions of the company, what it has sold (its turnover, sales or revenues) and what it has paid out in wages and salaries, rent, raw materials and other inputs to the production of the goods or services it sells (its costs). They also indicate the company’s profits or losses, the state of its assets and liabilities at the start and end of the financial year, and its cash flow. Detailed explanations of the various financial statements published by a company and the ratios that can be used to analyse and interpret them can be found in numerous publications.
These are the focus of Chapter 12. ■ Commodities: prices of oil and gold. These are examined further in Chapter 14. ■ Interest rates: principal international interest rates and bond yields. These are explored in more detail in Chapters 11 and 12. Saturday’s newspaper also features a summary table designed to provide a snapshot of the previous week. 3). The table includes the latest values (plus comparable values for six months and a year previously) for a range of economic and investment indicators: inflation rates, interest rates, yields, exchange rates and the price of gold.