earnings schedule

earnings schedule
earnings schedule UK US noun [C] FINANCE
EARNINGS REPORT(Cf. ↑earnings report): »

The company is due to report a better than expected earnings schedule for the end of February.

a list of when particular companies' earnings reports are expected to be published: »

Here is the earnings schedule I have so far for next week.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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