Profit and Loss

Profit and Loss may refer to:

* "Profit & Loss", monthly business magazine founded in July 1999 especializing in Foreign exchange market and derivative markets
* "Profit and Loss" ("DS9" episode), the eighteenth episode of the second season of the television series "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine"
* Profit and loss statement, statement that indicates how net revenue is transformed into net income


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