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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While total gross operating profit (Goppar) increase 230 per cent to $6.76 during the month.
The purpose of this study is to determine if promotional allowances increase gross revenue, net revenue, or gross operating profit for Atlantic City casinos.
Gross operating profit jumped 29.5% on the year and fell 4.7% on the quarter to EUR 2.4 billion.
Land sale and stable growths in core businesses helped push combined gross operating profit and combined net operating profit in the first three quarters to NT$41.581 billion (US$1.386 billion) and NT$11.871 billion (US$395.7 million), rising 16% and 25% YoY, respectively.
According to the HOST Study, Gross Operating Profit (GOP) rested at 36.1 percent in 2011 compared to 35.3 percent in 2010.
The bank's gross operating profit grew 15.3% on an annual basis to PLN1.04bn.
Meanwhile, the gross operating profit for the quarter ended March 31, 2011 amounted to SR 15.43 billion (US$4.11 billion) compared to the same quarter in 2010 of SR 12.22 billion (US$3.25 billion) representing an increase of 26%
The gross operating profit of Dmail stood at EUR3.6m, compared with EUR5.6m and the operating profit came in at EUR200,000, dropping from EUR2.5m.
Although the headline profit figure in its full-year results was better than consensus expectations, drilling down into the figures reveals a shortfall in gross operating profit of pounds 800m.
Net banking income has increased by five percent on the year to RON2.65bn in the first nine months, while gross operating profit increased by 11 percent to RON1.6bn.
Gross operating profit increased by 35.3% to EUR6.1m.
Gross operating profit slumped to NOK275m from NOK568m, mainly due to a sharp fall in prices in Europe from the beginning of 2010, higher prices for recovered paper and market pulp, and a stronger Norwegian crown.
Yoplait had a gross operating profit of EUR120m and a revenue of EUR3.8bn in 2009.
Net banking revenue increased by 12 percent on the year to RON915m in the January-March period, while the gross operating profit also increased by 24 percent to RON570m.
The company also announced that its gross operating profit improved by NOK 157 million at NOK 792 million.