breakeven point


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breakeven point

nGewinnschwelle f, → Break-even-Punkt m (spec)

breakeven point

[ˈbreɪkˌiːvnˈpɔɪnt] npunto di rottura or pareggio
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Actually, we want to take a look at what the breakeven point is, what level of passengers will be the breakeven point to determine whether it's viable and if those assumptions are reasonable,' he added.
If these businesses are well managed, their breakeven point may be reached within only four years.
As with repairs, these costs recur as long as the instrument is in operation, making it harder to reach the breakeven point.
THE BUSINESS JUST STARTED 19 MONTHS AGO AND CUSTOMERS AND SALES ARE INCREASING DAY BY DAY, ALMOST REACHING THE BREAKEVEN POINT.
In retail operations, the cost of goods sold (COGS) is one traditional way to estimate the breakeven point.
The far-left age column provides the breakeven point for when each option would start losing total money by starting early, versus waiting till age 67.
The number could increase further once global oil prices reach over the breakeven point of U.
The far left age column provides the breakeven point of the comparison for when each option would start losing total money by starting early, versus waiting till age 67.
ALDERSHOT TOWN are hoping that a clutch of home games against the National League's big hitters can push matchday revenue through the breakeven point for the season.
In what may prove to be a turning point, Americans' comfort level with savings reached a breakeven point for the first time, snapping the streak of downbeat readings that had prevailed every month since the poll debuted in Dec.
The producers are now urging the supporters of the film to continue watching the film so that they can reach their breakeven point of P200 million.