Profit Before Tax
there was no adverse affect of demonetization on sterlite tech...topline increased hugely...and the proft figures are just too good...the profit before tax is in q3 is almost double of that in q2...it shows that the demand for optical fibres will keep increasing, irrespective of any slowdown
2.53 PM Jan 18th
Fundamentals of Shanghvi is very very good. It`s profit before interest and depreciation is very very large compared to majority of listed Companies. Any marginal increase in income, more than 60% gets added to profit before tax. Secondly majority of assets have been acquired when exchange rate
8.46 PM Jan 5th
leased back, which could have replaced high interest and depreciation with moderate lease rentals. When you comb IndiGo s fine print for the quarter, an evidently handsome profit before tax of Rs 176 crore transforms into a staggering operating loss after you deduct Rs 133 crore on account of sale
10.53 PM Dec 25th 2016
and March 2016 quarters on time. The company is looking to turn profitable at the operating level by the end of financial year 2016-17 and to break even, in terms of profit before tax, by financial year 2017-18. The Japanese major’s Indian subsidiary suffered a huge setback due to an accounting fraud which
7.50 PM Dec 22nd 2016
hello sensex sir , iam expecting a revenue of 200 crores for this quarter with a profit before tax of 13-15 crores .. kindly post u r views .. also update if u have any idea of tax not being deducted in the last quarter for consolidated profits whereas the same was deducted for standalone results.
11.12 AM Dec 15th 2016
SpiceJet represents superior bottom line quality, no sale of assets subsequently leased back, which could have replaced high interest and depreciation with moderate lease rentals. When you comb IndiGo’s fine print for the quarter, an evidently handsome profit before tax of Rs 176 crore transforms
11.33 PM Dec 12th 2016
sensitivity analysis suggests a likely tariff hike of (around) 39 paise for Mundra for FY17, which will translate into PBT of Rs5.7 billion vs reported loss of Rs2.1 billion in FY16, Ambit Capital Pvt. Ltd said in a note last month. PBT is profit before tax and FY is short for fiscal year.
2.16 PM Dec 8th 2016
expand further, unless they start to do job-work once again, in which case sales would jump. (3) Profit before taxes was not all that bad given a quarter that may have seen monsoon dampness. Taxes too appear to have been dumped into this quarter. (4) It being B2B, it will not be affected by cash crunch
11.40 AM Nov 23rd 2016
(1) Obviously, no clue with me either. Nahin to bech nahin deta 140 mein? (2) Any way, Profit Before Taxes is not all that bad. Operating margins too have increased. Which kind of tells that perhaps they have stopped the low margin job-work they did earlier, leading to bulky sales figures
1.47 PM Nov 22nd 2016
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