Ear witness:

A ear witness is similar to an eyewitness, but as the name suggests an ear witness testifies in court that he has heard something instead of actually seeing it.

Earnest money:

In real estate, earnest money is paid as an advance by the purchaser to the seller at the time of the sales contract.

Earnest payment:

This is a kind of deposit made in real estate transactions where the money signifies the commitment to the contract and the project. This remaining money has to be paid on a particular date or after certain condition are fulfilled.

Warnings before interest and tax:

A measure of company earnings which attempts to achieve comparabiling by removing the distorting effects is tax and of different financial structure.

Warnings per share:

The earnings of a company attibuted to the ordinary shareholders divided by the number of ordinary shares.

Earnings surprises:

When the net income of a company as demonstrated by the quarterly or yearly report demonstrate a fluctuations in the analysts earnings it is known as earnings surprises.


This is the amount of profit or the after tax net income that a business produces over a given period of time.

Earn out:

An arrangement in which an extra future conditional payment is made to the seller of a business in addition to original price price based upon certain criteria being met.


An easement is a right annexed to land it is the right held by a person to use the land belonging to another person for a special purpose.

Easterling paradox:

A theory that beyond satisfaction of basic needs increasing wealth of a country does not produce increasing happiness suggested by US professor of economics Richard easterlin based on his research publications in 1974

E- business:

Electronic business. Using the internet to conduct business or enable businesses to link together.

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