pre-exceptional

pre-exceptional
pre-exceptional UK US adjective [before noun]
ACCOUNTING used in financial reports to describe results that are based on a company's normal activities, without considering exceptional items (= items that relate to unusual events that do not happen regularly) such as the sale of assets: »

Group pre-exceptional profits rose 12% to £243.8 million.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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