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Earnings Per Share (EPS)
Portion of a company's profit allocated to each outstanding share of common stock.

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EBITDA

measure of earnings before interest, taxes, extraordinary components, depreciation and amortisation.

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EBITDA MARGIN
is the ratio between EBITDA and revenue, and expresses the percentage incidence of the gross operating profit on the turnover of a company.


EBIT
measure of earnings of a company before interests, income tax, taxes and extraordinary components.

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EIB (Bank of European Investments)
set up in 1958 by the Treaty of Rome, the BEI is the long term credit bank of the  European Union. It issues loans to the public and private sector to finance projects of European interest.

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Embedded option
A provision within a bond giving either the issuer or the bondholder an option to take some action against the other party. The most common embedded option is a call option, giving the issuer the right to call, or retire, the debt before the scheduled maturity.


Equity Fund

A fund that invests primarily in stocks. Also known as a stock fund.


Eurobond

Bond denominated in U.S. dollars or other currencies and sold to investors outside the country whose currency is used.


EV (Enterprise Value)

it is a market-based measure of a company's value. It is often used as an alternative to straightforward market capitalization in order to ascertain the true value of a company.

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Ex-Dividend
The interval between a fund distribution's record date and payable date. During this period, investors who purchase shares are not entitled to the distribution payment.


Exercise Price

Price at which the stock or commodity underlying a call or put option can be purchased (call) or sold (put) over the specified period