Extraordinary items consisted of gains or losses from events that were unusual and infrequent in nature that were separately classified, presented, and disclosed on companies’ financial statements. Extraordinary items were usually explained further in the notes to the financial statements. Companies showed an extraordinary item separately from their operating earnings because it was typically a one-time gain or loss and was not expected to recur in the future.
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