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the amount added to the cost to determine the asking price

detailed stylistic instructions for typesetting something that is to be printed

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The chart shows that companies with the highest markups, those in the top 10 percent, raised theirs by over 30 percent since 2000, while markups have been largely flat among the remaining 90 percent of companies.
Traina argues that in 1950 markups were about 15% over marginal cost.
FRIDAY, March 2, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- There is significant variation in markup of outpatient oncology services across hospitals in the United States, according to a study published online Feb.
Also, Barclays "failed reasonably to detect and review whether its markups for certain non-agency RMBS transactions were reasonable," and the firm maintained a compliance system that was designed to "detect transactions with markups above a certain threshold for further review, but that system was defective."
Markups at individual firms in these clusters are strongly related to both the firm's market share and to the market share of other firms in the cluster.
A CVP formula based on markup pricing can provide a practical solution for first-time retail entrepreneurs if information is available on the markup percentage for each product category and the estimated proportion of sales per category.
This implies that the behavior of prices and markups around the business cycle will likely depend on the degree of financial constraints faced by firms.
Once you account for revenue sharing and markups, there are several profit center areas that remain well-hidden, with reps unaware that they are paying additional costs or missing out on additional commissions.
Maria Valdes, Space Coast express sales manager, kicked off the consumer advocacy campaign June 19 in Doral, Fla., where she explained rate markups and shared advice on how consumers can protect themselves from becoming victims.
This study eliminates the effects of markup, returns to scale, and capital utilization from the Solovv residual (SR) for Korea to derive an alternative measure for productivity.
The probability of mortality within 30 days was modeled as a function of service line markups, service line markups interacted with the hospital's 1997 Medicare share of inpatient days, predicted 30-day mortality as a patient risk adjuster, service line-specific time trends, and hospital service line and year-fixed effects.
In addition, a value of [mu] equal to one indicates that the industry behaves competitively because there are no markups. A value of [mu] larger than one implies that prices are above marginal costs and therefore the industry operates in non-competitive conditions.
(2008), 'Markups in the Euro Area and the US over the period 1981-2004, a comparison of 50 sectors', ECB Working Paper No.
The solutions enable users to: view, review and markup for on-line document processing; access business and technical documents and drawings from across locations; add and manage markups and annotations; protect intellectual property and information with controlled document access functions; as well as prepare and protect private information for compliant public disclosure.
The increase, which comes in the wake of last year's two rounds of markups in April and October, will be announced by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries next week, the sources said.