Favorable or unfavorable deviations of actual earnings from forecasts; either for the economy as a whole, for industries or for individual companies. Empirical evidence shows that unfavorable earnings surprises affect stock prices more than favorable news (as an empirical evidence, negative earnings surprises have a greater adverse effect on quotations than the reciprocal positive earnings surprise on share prices). – See earnings estimate, earnings surprise, earnings warning.
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