• Gross Dividends – Common Stock (SF.IS.GrossDiv_CommonStock)

    Gross Dividends – Common Stock (SF.IS.GrossDiv_CommonStock) refers to total dividends which is declared to common shareholders for an accounting period. It refers to the gross amount of dividends, before taxes withheld for stockholders. When a company has more than one class of common stock, Gross Dividends – Common Stock (SF.IS.GrossDiv_CommonStock)…

  • Gross Margin (Consensus Model) (SE.Gross_Margin)

    Gross Margin (Consensus Model) (SE.Gross_Margin), for historical periods, refers to the adjusted value of Gross Margin based on the operations of the company. For future periods, it refers to the mean of Gross Margin estimates provided by analysts.

  • Gross Margin (SM.Gross_Margin)

    Gross Margin (SM.Gross_Margin) is defined as gross profit divided by revenue. Gross profit usually excludes non-recurring items such as restructuring as well as recurring non-cash items such as stock options and capitalized costs. The list of exclusions is based on sell-side analyst best practice and can vary significantly from one…

  • Gross Margin Estimate History (SE.Gross_Margin_est)

    Gross Margin Estimate History (SE.Gross_Margin_est) returns the gross margin estimate history from IBES. Estimates for any period are available as a daily time series. Mean, median, high, low & standard deviation of analyst estimates is available. Number of analysts that provided the estimates is also provided in the small bracket…

  • Gross Premiums Written (SF.IS.GrossPremiumsWritten)

    Gross Premiums Written (SF.IS.GrossPremiumsWritten) refers to the total premiums written before adjusting for unearned premiums, reinsurance ceded, and other adjustments. Gross Premiums Written (SF.IS.GrossPremiumsWritten), when adjusted for these, yields Net Premiums Earned. Gross Premiums Written (SF.IS.GrossPremiumsWritten) also includes premiums received through reinsurance policies of other insurance companies. Insurance policies include…

  • Gross Profit (Consensus Model) (SE.Gross_Profit)

    Gross Profit (Consensus Model) (SE.Gross_Profit), for historical periods, refers to the adjusted value of Gross Profit based on the operations of the company. For future periods, it refers to the mean of Gross Profit estimates provided by analysts.

  • Gross Profit (SF.IS.GrossProfit)

    Gross Profit (SF.IS.GrossProfit) refers to the profits earned from a company‚Äôs revenues and direct costs. Gross Profit (SF.IS.GrossProfit) is calculated using the difference between Total Revenue (SF.IS.TotalRevenue) and Cost of Revenue (SF.IS.CostOfRevenueTotal). Gross Profit (SF.IS.GrossProfit) includes the following: When classified as costs by function, Gross Profit (SF.IS.GrossProfit) represents all items…

  • Gross profit (SM.Gross_Profit)

    Gross profit (SM.Gross_Profit) refers to a company’s earnings after deducting the costs associated with making and selling its products or services. It can be shown as Revenue (SM.Revenue) less Cost of goods sold (COGS) (SM.COGS). It is similar, if not same as “Gross Profit (SF.IS.GrossProfit)”

  • Gross Profit Estimate History (SE.Gross_Profit_est)

    Gross Profit Estimate History (SE.Gross_Profit_est) returns the gross profit estimate history calculated using mean revenue estimate and mean gross margin estimate. Only the mean value for the estimate is available. Estimates for any period are available as a daily time series.

  • Gross Revenue (SF.IS.GrossRevenue)

    Gross Revenue (SF.IS.GrossRevenue) refers to gross sales receipts from the sale of goods and services, before any adjustments, such as sales returns and allowances (SF.IS.SalesReturnsAllowances) or Excise Taxes Payments (SF.IS.ExciseTaxPayments). Net Sales (SF.IS.NetSales) or Gross Sales (SF.IS.GrossRevenue) are usually not used at the same time, unless the company reported two…