gross profit

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Synonyms for gross profit

(finance) the net sales minus the cost of goods and services sold

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64 million, while gross operating profit increased by 10.
A quarter predict that their total revenue will be lower in 1999 compared to 1998, and yet none think that their gross operating profit will be lower.
59, while total gross operating profit increased by 11.
The gross operating profit for the quarter ended September 30, 2014 amounted to SR401 million compared to the same quarter in 2013 of SR366 million, representing an increase of 9.
6 percentage points, boosting the gross operating profit per available room (GOPPAR) by 72.
Habtoor Hotels, which owns and operates four hotels in Dubai, has planned a growth of 10 per cent in revenue for 2012 and a 17 per cent increase in gross operating profit (GOP) over the current year.
continues to grapple with the weak economy and new competition from slots parlors in neighboring states, the city saw gross operating profit at its 11 casinos decline by 25.
6bn, up 13 percent on the year, while gross operating profit also increased by 13 percent to RON2.
Notwithstanding the crisis the company managed to increase gross operating revenues by 19 per cent and gross operating profit by 23pc.
Gross operating profit is a bank's profit before huge loan-loss charges are subtracted from its gross earnings.
Gross operating profit margins in the regions were up from 40.
In mid-August, Itronics reported a 45 percent increase in sales and a 13 times increase in gross operating profit for the second-quarter.
The decline in a number of operating expenses enabled hotels to record a strong rise in profitability as gross operating profit PAR more than doubled to $24.