What does the symbol "<$" indicate in earnings report
I have been noticing this symbol just before the dollar symbol in my earnings report for earnings last week successively for 4 days. What does that mean ? Are the earnings going to change or drop ? I have known about " * " but I couldn't understand what this symbol meant without an asterisk. Has anyone seen this in your earnings report also ?
It takes a while to finalize earnings. It could be 2-3 weeks at least.
by LindaSmith13 years ago
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by David Trujillo Uribe4 years ago
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by Sondra Rochelle5 years ago
I just noticed that my earnings report is showing zero straight across the board. Earlier today there were figures in those spots. Anybody else having this issue?
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