PBT is Profit Before Tax and PAT is Profit After Tax. Once you’ve paid your dividends, Retained Earnings is what’s left.
Profit is Revenue less Costs.
You might well have heard your Investment Manager referencing ‘valuation multiples’ when discussing your investments.
Rising interest rates are causing problems for many companies, but a silver lining can be found in the dwindling defined benefit (DB) pension obligations on company balance sheets.
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