FRS 22: Earnings per share
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The accounting standard FRS 22 set out the principles for calculating and presenting earnings per share in financial statements for entities whose shares are, or will be, publicly traded and other entities that choose to disclose earnings per share. It was issued by the Accounting Standards Board in December 2004. FRS 21 had the effect of implementing IAS 33: Earnings Per Share in the UK.
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Unconsolidated standard and amendments as first issued
Improvements to Financial Reporting Standards
Amendment issued by the ASB in December 2008.
Earnings per share
Summary published by the Financial Reporting Council.
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ASB Issues Convergence Standards
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