CEPS

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AcronymDefinition
CEPSCentre for European Policy Studies
CEPSCollege of Education and Professional Studies (various schools)
CEPSComputer Electronic Prepass System
CEPSComité Économique des Produits de Santé (French: Economic Committee for Health Products)
CEPSCustoms, Excise and Preventive Service (Ghana)
CEPSCultural, Economic, Political and Social
CEPSColor Electronic Prepress
CEPSCash Earnings Per Share
CEPSCenter for Educational and Psychological Services (Columbia University; New York)
CEPSCommon Electronic Purse Specification (open standard for electronic purse smartcards)
CEPSCoalition for Effective Public Safety (California)
CEPSConfédération Européenne des Producteurs de Spiritueux (European Confederation of Spirits Producers)
CEPSChinese Electronic Periodical Services
CEPSCentral Europe Pipeline System (NATO)
CEPSCentre d'Étude et de Prévention du Suicide (French: Center for the Study and Prevention of Suicide; Switzerland)
CEPSConstellation Energy Projects Services (Florida)
CEPSCluster Environmental Protection Specialist
CEPSCITS Expert Parameter System
CEPSCorporate Electronic Publishing System
CEPSConfederación Estatal de Personas Sordas (Spanish)
CEPSCertified Electrophysiology Specialist (International Board of Heart Rhythm Examiners)
CEPSCorrectional Education Program Supervisor
CEPSCEMIRT Emergency Power System (USAF/AFCESA)
CEPSCommunications Equipment Population Survey (used for reference and standardization on US Navy ships)
CEPSClean Energy Portfolio Standards
CEPSCustomer Electronic Payment Systems (banking)
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As a result of the transaction, Global Payments anticipates raising its cycle guidance to high-single digit organic adjusted net revenue growth, up to 75 basis points of cash margin expansion annually and mid-teens cash earnings per share growth.
We asked investors to compare our stock price based on cash earnings per share -- cash net income -- to that of other companies, to consider our prospects and to consider whether we're fairly valued.
The company expects the transaction to close in the first quarter of 2016 and add approximately USD70 m to 2016 net sales and to be slightly accretive to adjusted cash earnings per share in 2016.
Cash earnings per share, excluding one-time items, came in at CAD1.
According to the bank, its 2008 cash earnings per share were likely to fall between 20 percent and 25 percent on the previous year because of the rise in credit impairment costs.
The deal is also projected to boost the company's GAAP earnings per share and to enhance its cash earnings per share in fiscal 2015 by over 25%, excluding transaction-related costs.
Bard expects the transaction to close in the Q1 2016, add approximately USD70m to 2016 net sales as well as to be slightly accretive to adjusted cash earnings per share in 2016.
For Teleflex, the divestment will lead to a reduction of its fiscal 2011 revenue, adjusted cash earnings per share and operating cash flow.