|Earnings before interest and tax (EBIT)|
Earnings before interest and tax or EBIT is clearly defined as an economic indicator wherein the total revenue of the company is calculated and the operating expenses, excluding those of interest or tax, are deducted from the same.
|Earnings before interest, tax and depreciation (EBITD)|
Earnings before interest, tax and depreciation is a clear evaluator of the company's performance during the year. Earnings before interest, tax and depreciation otherwise abbreviated as EBITD is calculated as Revenue - Expenses (excluding interest, taxes and depreciation).
|Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA)|
Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization or EBITDA is clearly defined as a measure to evaluate a company's operational efficiency without bringing in accounting, financial and tax components into the same.
|Earnings per share or EPS|
Earnings per share or EPS is defined as a portion of profits that are ideally allocated from each and every share available as a part of the common stock. Earnings per share or EPS is a clear indicator of the company's profitability mode.
Economy is a geographical location or zone wherein production, consumption and distribution of goods and services take place.
|Electronic Clearing Services or ECS|
Electronic Clearing Services or ECS is defined as the electronic mode of transmitting payments by banking or financial institutions or by corporate entities. ECS options are widely used to credit employees' salaries into their respective bank accounts.
ELSS popularly abbreviated as Equity Linked Savings Scheme are vibrant investment options offered by mutual fund companies in India. These are diversified open ended investments that offer plenty of tax benefits to investment holders under Section 80C of Income Tax Act 1961.
|Employee Stock Option|
An employee stock option or ESO is an added privilege of granting shares to certain select group of employees as decided by the company's top management. An ESO option grants option holders premium equity shares of the company that are priced way lesser than the actual market price.
Mutual fund companies usually collect a stipulated amount from investment holders especially while they join a particular investment scheme. This fee is known as the entry load.
Equity capital is referred to as the capital raised by the company by way of public offerings. The shares are issued to the general public at the IPO or Initial public Offering.