EBIT definition

EBIT means, for any period, on a consolidated basis for the Company and its Subsidiaries, the sum of the amounts for such period, without duplication, calculated in each case in accordance with Agreement Accounting Principles, of (a) Consolidated Net Income, plus (b) Interest Expense to the extent deducted in computing Consolidated Net Income, plus (c) charges against income for foreign, federal, state and local taxes to the extent deducted in computing Consolidated Net Income, plus (d) any other non-recurring non-cash charges (excluding any such non-cash charges to the extent any such non-cash charge becomes, or is expected to become, a cash charge in a later period) to the extent deducted in computing Consolidated Net Income, plus (e) extraordinary losses incurred other than in the ordinary course of business to the extent deducted in computing Consolidated Net Income, minus (f) any non-recurring non-cash credits to the extent added in computing Consolidated Net Income, minus (g) extraordinary gains realized other than in the ordinary course of business to the extent added in computing Consolidated Net Income.

Examples of EBIT in a sentence

On average for the 3-year period 2015/16 to 2017/18: 4-6% volume growth and EBIT above volume growth in local currencies, barring any major unforeseen events.

On average for the 4-year period 2015/16 to 2018/19: 4–6% volume growth and EBIT above volume growth in local currencies, barring any major unforeseen events.

Paolo Gallo, CEO of Italgas, commented: «11 consecutive quarters of growth, double-digit increases for EBIT, +12.9% and Net Profit,+16% in the first nine months of 2019 demonstrate Italgas’ ability to combine the solidity of a company with over 180 years of experience with a start-up approach to promote innovation, while keeping costs under control.

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Excluding special items, detailed in the attached tables, adjusted EBIT was $22.1 million in the second quarter, an increase of 73% versus the prior-year period.


More Definitions of EBIT

EBIT means for any period, the Consolidated earnings of a Person during such period from continuing operations, exclusive of (i) gains on sales of assets not in the ordinary course of business (to the extent such gains are included in earnings from continuing operations), (ii) any non-recurring, non-cash charges or losses not in the ordinary course of business (to the extent such charges or losses are included in earnings from continuing operations), (iii) any non-cash expenses for such period resulting from the grant of stock options or other equity-based incentives to any director, officer or employee of the Borrower or any Subsidiary pursuant to a written plan or agreement approved by the Board of the Borrower (to the extent such expenses are included in earnings from continuing operations) and (iv) extraordinary items, as determined under GAAP, but without deducting federal, state, foreign and local income taxes and Interest Expense.
EBIT means earnings before interest and taxes which, shall be in respect of the relevant fiscal year, the net revenue of the Relevant Entity before deducting corporate taxes (or any other tax on income or gains in the relevant jurisdiction of the Relevant Entity); plus the sum of all interest and any amounts in the nature of interest charged to expense relating to financial indebtedness for borrowed money (which amounts include debts payable to Affiliates as well as debt instruments to financial institutions) of the Relevant Entity;
EBIT means, with reference to any period, Net Income for such period plus the sum of all amounts deducted in arriving at such Net Income amount in respect of (a) Interest Expense for such period and (b) federal, state, and local income taxes for such period.
EBIT means, for any period, determined in accordance with GAAP on a ---- consolidated basis for the Borrower and its Subsidiaries, the sum of (a) Pretax Net Income (excluding therefrom, to the extent included in determining Pretax Net Income, any items of extraordinary gain, including net gains on the sale of assets other than asset sales in the ordinary course of business, and adding thereto, to the extent included in determining Pretax Net Income, any items of extraordinary loss, including net losses on the sale of assets other than asset sales in the ordinary course of business), plus (b) interest expense.
EBIT means, for any applicable computation period, the Borrower’s and SubsidiariesNet Income on a consolidated basis, plus (a) consolidated federal, state, local and foreign income and franchise taxes paid or accrued during such period and (b) Consolidated Interest Expense for such period, minus (or plus) equity earnings (or losses) during such period attributable to equity investments by the Borrower and its Subsidiaries in the capital stock or other equity interests in any Person which is not a Subsidiary.