Definition: Gross ordinary surplus

Gross ordinary surplus is the surplus generated by ordinary activities. It is the sum of the gross operating surplus and the financial surplus. Gross ordinary surplus is an indicator of the profitability of an enterprise and is used in the calculation of the profit or loss for the year.

Gross ordinary surplus can be calculated as follows:
Gross operating surplus
+ Financial income
- Financial expenditure
= Gross ordinary surplus
Source:
Eurostat
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