Normalised Earnings

Normalised Earnings

A company’s normalised earnings are its profits or revenues adjusted to exclude the impact of one-off or extraordinary gains or losses or to smooth seasonal effects (by using averaging) such that investors and analysts can gauge the company’s true underlying operating performance. Asset sales or writedowns, business acquisitions or divestments, or sales of securities will typically be excluded in calculations of normalised earnings.

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