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one-off

A popular UK term for an event or thing which occurred or is likely to occur only once.
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Rentokil reported one-off costs of more than pounds 50m for the year, including IT and development expenses of pounds 25.
The result for April-June 2011 includes one-off costs of EUR6.
However, the corresponding operating result excluding one-offs and impairment charges was a loss of EUR1m versus a profit of EUR7m in April-June 2010.
3bn one-off gains(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Oriola-KD expects its 2011 net sales and operating profit from continuing operations and excluding one-offs to be clearly better than in 2010.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 9, 2011--IC Companys net profit drops 43% Y/Y in Q2 FY 2010 on one-off costs(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
TeliaSonera's underlying EBITDA, excluding one-offs, was flat at SEK9.
Analysts polled by SME Direkt had on average forecast a pretax loss of SEK60m for July-September 2010, including one-offs of SEK574m.
In the first nine months of 2010, Tieto's operating profit excluding one-offs rose to EUR76.
The second-quarter one-offs are mainly related to the closure of a Hungarian plant under the Lindab' s Building Systems unit and restructuring within the Ventilation unit.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-22 January 2010-Finnish Stora Enso to record EUR42m one-offs in Q4 '09(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
In the fourth quarter of 2009, Metsaliitto booked negative net one-offs of EUR27m.