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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That, says the agency, represents a net profit of $14.77 per passenger, which is a marked improvement from justseven years earlier ($2.3 in 2012)."Net margins, forecast at 5.
NetSol Technologies Limited, which is one of the biggest software/IT outsourcing companies in the country announced that as result of the change of ownership of their joint venture partner company in the UK and major shift in the new owners' business strategy, its operating and net margins became unfeasible for the operation to continue in the current setup.
Consolidated net margins in the first quarter of 2016 stood at 4.7 percent.
Thus, the EBITDA and net margins were broadly flat YoY, implying a solid performance.
Global Banking News-March 28, 2016--Public Bank official expecting drop in net margins
Total revenue reported for 2012 was $30.56 per cwt of total milk handled, with net margins of 19 cents per cwt.
Revenues were forecast to reach $746 billion, IATA director general Tony Tyler said in Doha, pointing out that net margins stood to average 2.4 percent only.
While the Maranello company cannot compete with the large multinational brands in terms of overall revenues, its brand rating takes into account other fi-nancial metrics, such as net margins, average revenue per customer, and advertising and marketing spend, as well as qualitative parameters, such as brand affection and loyalty.
While the Maranello company cannot compete with the large multinational brands in terms of overall revenues, its brand rating takes into account other financial metrics, such as net margins, average revenue per customer, and advertising and marketing spend, as well as qualitative parameters, such as brand affection and loyalty.
Exceptional business in a niche market with net margins that exceed those of most other businesses.
Net profits of the sector increased 39.4 percent to reach $ 31.1 million and bringing net margins back at 31 percent in Q1, 2012 as compared to 21.1 percent the previous quarter.
The ratings are negatively affected by the company's modest financial profile, which shows low profitability with relatively low operating and net margins.