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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The end game includes reduced operating expenses and higher net operating margins.
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The initial list of Gold Standard Performers included the facilities with a debt-to-equity ratio of at least 1.0, along with improved net operating margins during 2000, 2001, and 2002.
'It is our aim to improve group net operating margins to five per cent by 2007 from the 4.2 per cent we delivered this year and we are confident of achieving this,' he said.
'It is our aim to improve group net operating margins to 5% by 2007 from the 4.2% we delivered this year, and we are confident of achieving this,' he said.
The group's update said against a background of generally levelling prices since the beginning of the year, it had been able to sustain second half net operating margins through good cost control.
Del Webb is attributing its strong financial results to a 200-basis point improvement in its net operating margins. The company expects to meet a First Gall projection of $4.28 a diluted share in fiscal 2001 earnings.