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Final results

The results reported by a company for a full financial year.Results are usually reported within three months of the financial year end. Sometimes final results are referred to as 'preliminary' results on the grounds that the full detail has yet to be published in the company's annual report and accounts.



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Results-based trade policy

The use of trade policies targeted to specific indicators of economic performance. For example, in the early 1990s, the U.S. insisted on achieving specified market shares in trade with Japan.


Preliminary results

Preliminary results

See 'final results'.


Interim results

Interim results

The results reported by a company for the first six months of its financial year. In general, interim results are made public within three months of the end of the interim period.




 
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