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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of ebit

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of ebit:
a unit of information equal to 1000 petabits or 10^18 bits
Synonymsexabit, Ebit, Eb,
Hypernymscomputer memory unit,

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  1. But just so you know what EBIT is, EBIT is just Earnings
  2. between operating profit and EBIT is that EBIT might
  3. that is expected to be a positive EBIT contribution for 2019.
  4. It bled money at the EBIT line every single year for a total of
  5. EBIT stands for earnings before interest and taxation and is the
  6. percent an automaker generally tries to target an 8 percent EBIT
  7. GM's rival, Ford for example has an 8 percent EBIT target for its
  8. The automaker earned a global EBIT of 9.9
  9. EBIT wore makeup which frankly sounds great but that's neither here nor there
  10. profit. We have EBIT and that is earnings before interest and taxes, of $10. That
  11. that is related to operating profit and it's called EBIT da so let's go step by
  12. step here we'll start with the little brother of EEMA da e 'but EBIT the
  13. operating income but even sounds much more sophisticated EBIT DA the DA part
  14. don't involve cash this year so EBIT da can be viewed as an approximation of our
  15. operating cash flow and is a very common measure EBIT da if you're hanging around
  16. this a small business is worth that business's EBIT da multiplied by five
  17. now I'm not giving you appraisal advice here but EBIT dies such a commonly used
  18. Adjusted net profit for 2019 was 4.3 billion, with adjusted EBIT of 6.7 billion
  19. call it EBIT.
  20. EBIT divided by assets.