### Earnings Per Share

The earnings per share (EPS) of a company is the profit per share in dollars. It can be calculated in a quarterly or annual basis by simply dividing the profit of the quarter/year by the number of outstanding shares of that company. For example, if a company made $50 million in Q1, and has 10 million outstanding shares at that time, then the EPS is $50 million / 10 million = $5 per share.

### Earnings Quarterly Growth

EARNINGS_QUARTERLY_GROWTH is the earnings per Share (EPS) Q/Q growth of the last quarter. Suppose, in Q1 the EPS was $10 per share, and then in Q2 the EPS is $11 per share, which means that the earnings quaterly growth is (11-10 / 10 * 100% =) 10%.