gross profit margin

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Synonyms for gross profit margin

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

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In addition to opportunities to manage gross profit margin afforded by the integral method of reporting, there also are incentives because of the pressure to meet or beat analysts' forecasts of quarterly earnings.
* Gross profit margins are split in order to distinguish between gross profit margin before unutilized capacity costs (which is the normal gross profit margin that the company would expect to achieve while operating at optimum capacity) and total gross profit margin.
For Apple's third quarter, management guided for a gross profit margin between 37.5% and 38.5%.
Porto Group achieved a consolidated revenue of EGP 191m in the first quarter (Q1) of 2016, while achieving a gross profit of EGP 68m with a gross profit margin of 36%.
The company recorded gross profit margin of 39% for the first quarter of fiscal 2016, a decrease from gross profit margin of 40% in the first quarter of fiscal 2015.
saw consolidated gross profit margin in the third quarter rebound to 11.51%, a new high in 2012.
The pretax profit was 8.1 million euros, up from the previous year's 5.1 million, a development that can be traced to an increase in the gross profit margin. Further slight sales decreases are anticipated for the remainder of 2010, and the gross profit margin remains under great pressure.
The "keep your head still" of business financial management is: Watch your gross profit margin. That is, make sure you earn a healthy margin.
Gross profit margin declined to 15.3 per cent in 2008, down from 17.3 per cent in the previous year.
A key performance indicator that can be calculated from the P&L is the Gross Profit Margin. Gross Profit is the total amount of profit on your sales after deducting the cost of buying in frames, lenses, CLs and solutions.
Gross profit margin was almost stable at 56.5%, up from 56.0% a year prior.
Revenue jumped 15% and operating costs fell 43% at CardioDynamics International Corp., enabling the company to narrow its second-quarter loss and improve its gross profit margin.