profit margin

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Noun1.profit margin - the ratio gross profits divided by net salesprofit margin - the ratio gross profits divided by net sales
ratio - the relative magnitudes of two quantities (usually expressed as a quotient)
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profit margin

nmargine m di profitto
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It reveals that the PFLA sheep farmers earned higher gross margins due to much lower variable costs, showed a bigger net margin per ewe than average farms, and rival the top third producers.
Net income stood at PLN 49mn, with the net margin at 1.
But the brutal economic reality is on revenues of $746 billion dollars we will earn an average net margin of just 2.
Top-performing grass-based dairy farms can produce a higher net margin for farmers than mixed or intensive systems, a new report from DairyCo has found.
98bn (USD118m/EUR87m) for the second quarter of the year ending March 2012, representing a net margin of 32%.
Synergy reported YoY improvements in gross and net margin, but the EBITDA margin was down due to higher investments in distribution and marketing, which helped increase the company's market share by 5 ppt YoY to 14%.
9 billion on revenues of $632 billion for a net margin of just 0.
If you want to know that then have a look at net margin (as you would for other businesses), or total profit as a percentage of turnover.
and Shoppers Drug Mart (SDM) continued to be the industry's top generators of income, net margin and return on investment.
The regulator said the calculation of firms' net margin - representing the difference between the average bill and the wholesale energy costs, as well as supply and operational outgoings - was less than it had previously forecast because of the recent decision by British Gas to cut its gas prices by an average of 7%.
In the last two quarters, net margin improved to just over 30 per cent.
Its Activity Based Costing functionality provides accurate cost, gross margin and net margin data for each product, broken down by plant and line.