prospective earnings/cost/yield

prospective earnings/cost/yield
prospective earnings/cost/yield, etc.
the amount that something is expected to earn, cost, produce, etc.: »

The study puts the prospective cost of annual repairs and renewals at $10 million.

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The shares are trading at 15 times forecast earnings with an attractive prospective yield of 5.2%.

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Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • prospective earnings/cost/yield, etc. — prospective earnings/cost/yield, etc. ► the amount that something is expected to earn, cost, produce, etc.: »The study puts the prospective cost of annual repairs and renewals at $10 million. »The shares are trading at 15 times forecast earnings… …   Financial and business terms

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