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Defination / Uses
EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and duties) is the operating profit the profit before deduction of duties and interest.
This rate is used to compare the operations of different companies in given times. EBIT makes similar comparison possible because it does not include interest rates or how the companies exploit the financial influence or duty burden.
It considers only the introductory activity of a company which is probable to repeat in future, so it shows its real capabilities to induce earnings.