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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Innofactor Oyj (HEL:IFA1V) on Friday announced that it now estimates that its operating margin (EBITDA) in the third quarter 2017, from July 2017 to September 2017, will be clearly negative.
Operating margin (a measure of profitability): 13 percent
TNT, which employs 2,200 at its UK headquarters in Atherstone, has raised its operating margin forecast for its mail division after presenting second-quarter sales and net profits in line with analysts' expectations.
The study, which reviewed 990 tax records for 272 non-for-profit, freestanding long term care facilities nationwide, showed that the average home had an operating margin of minus 4 percent during 2000-2001.
But Europe's largest computer services firm, which has offices in Aston, Birmingham, stuck with a target to boost its operating margin, the ratio of operating profit to sales to five per cent this year.
the operating margin before amortization on intangible assets (EBITA-margin) amounted to 18 (18) percent
Poolia Sweden continued its favourable trend during the fourth quarter, reporting a revenue increase of 36% and an operating margin of 12.
October-December 2006 * Revenue SEK 111 (79) million * Operating income SEK 21 (13) million * Operating income SEK 24 (14) million after adjustments for items affecting comparability and foreign exchange effects * Operating margin 19.
After years of positive margins, the port posted a 4% negative operating margin (a $200,000 loss) as steel shipments fell 34% in 2005.
8% operating margin, without Hospital for Joint Diseases) in fiscal 2003.