profit margin

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Synonyms for profit margin

the ratio gross profits divided by net sales

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1 billion and operating profit margin from business operations) be approximately 8.
A manager of Cheng Uei stated that the firmi's remarkable growth in gross profit margin was mainly due to expanding manufacturing scale and relatively high gross profit margin of new products.
But to explain why the gross profit margin is so important, let's use some more analogies.
At Burton-based Punch Taverns, which has 8,384 pubs, the profit margin is lower than at Enterprise but is still 35.
Averaging out reported figures from 37 papermaking companies that sell their stock on North American markets, the paper industry checks in with an average net profit margin of 0.
And of course, a sizeable projected profit margin is important to creating the initial interest in the project that is essential to putting the capital together to do the project.
The net profit margin is the percentage of a revenue dollar that a business keeps after all the bills are paid.
G-P will grow by maintaining its existing share of the market, adding higher profit margin products into its lineup of tissue and towel products, and growing its European operations.
His company's operating profit margin hit a high of 26.
As farms get larger, the profit margin that can be extracted from them tends to get smaller.
According to the study, firms in the county enjoy a profit margin of just 4.
One-fourth of the builders reported no change in profit margin from 1996 to 1997, but 36% reported an increase in profit margin, and 39% reported a decrease.
A case in point: The finance department issues a daily profit margin report to manufacturing and sales executives listing all 50 company products.