Mercer International Inc. (NASDAQ:MERC) Consolidated Diluted EPS At 1.1656

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For the year ended 2015-12-31 Mercer International Inc. (NASDAQ:MERC) basic consolidated EPS came $1.1727. Furthermore, for the quarter closed 2015-12-31, it was $1.1727.

Consolidated diluted EPS

Mercer International Inc. (NASDAQ:MERC) consolidated diluted EPS was 1.1656 for the year ended 2015-12-31. For the quarter ended 2015-12-31, it stood at $1.1656.

EPS contribution from parent

Mercer International Inc. (NASDAQ:MERC) basic EPS was $1.1727 for the year ended 2015-12-31 from its parent entity. It was $1.1727 for the quarter closed 2015-12-31.

EPS from continuing operations

Mercer International Inc. (NASDAQ:MERC) EPS from continuing activities was $1.1727 for the fiscal ended 2015-12-31. For the quarter ended 2015-12-31, this figure was $1.1727.

Basic net EPS

Mercer International Inc. (NASDAQ:MERC) basic net EPS was $1.17 for the year ended 2015-12-31. For the quarter ended 2015-12-31, it came at $1.17.

Diluted EPS from parent

Mercer International Inc. (NASDAQ:MERC) diluted EPS from parent entity came at $1.1656 for the year ended 2015-12-31. For the quarter ended 2015-12-31 it was $1.1656.

Net diluted EPS

Mercer International Inc. (NASDAQ:MERC) net diluted EPS was $1.17 for the fiscal closed 2015-12-31. For the quarter ended 2015-12-31, net diluted EPS was $1.17.

Mercer International Inc. (NASDAQ:MERC) net basic EPS was $1.17 for the year ended 2015-12-31. For the quarter ended 2015-12-31, it was $1.17.

Basic diluted EPS

Mercer International Inc. (NASDAQ:MERC) basic diluted EPS was $-0.0656 for the quarter ended 2015-12-31. For the year ended 2015-12-31, basic diluted EPS was $-0.0656.

For the year ended 2015-12-31, basic shares outstanding were 64.531 while for the quarter ended 2015-12-31 is 64.531.

For the fiscal ended 2015-12-31, the diluted outstanding shares were 64.531 and for the quarter ended 2015-12-31 it was 64.531. Earnings per share and diluted EPS are profitability metrics used in fundamental analysis of firms. EPS just takes into account a firm’s common shares, while diluted EPS considers all convertible securities. Per-share earnings measure the quantum of a company’s earnings on a per share basis. Basic EPS does not consider any dilutive impact that convertible securities leave on EPS. On contrary, diluted EPS is a tool used in fundamental study to gauge a firm’s quality of EPS, assuming there is conversion of all convertible securities.

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