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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Global Banking News-March 28, 2016--Public Bank official expecting drop in net margins
Revenues were forecast to reach $746 billion, IATA director general Tony Tyler said in Doha, pointing out that net margins stood to average 2.
SDM, however, continues to benefit from its franchise business platform, turning in the industry's highest net margins and highest return-on-investment figure.
As part of its scrutiny of prices in the sector, the regulator said firms' net margins had increased since last November on the typical standard tariff bill as the market price companies pay for the energy has fallen.
2 billion with net margins of $404 million in 2007, according to a survey of dairy co-op operations conducted by the Cooperative Programs of USDA Rural Development.
It is likely that natural gas supplies will once again be interrupted during the summer and, consequently, net margins could fall short of the 30 per cent level.
Whenever NCB does well, our annual net margins, excess income over expenses, are returned to our members.
As in 2003/4, the top-third flocks of both types produced significantly higher lamb outputs at lower costs than average enterprises to generate pounds 24-25 a head higher net margins, excluding subsidies.
For the year as a whole, the company's 2004 operating and net margins approximated 13.
Giving an across-the-board number is difficult, however, because of slight variations in optimal healthy net margins across certain industries.
The major banks are of the opinion that net margins will be absorbed by debt servicing with new capital outlays for breeding herd growth regarded with suspicion.
By design, BMU's retail system produces negative net margins on a standalone basis.