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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Bank Nizwa has been seeking to reduce the losses and increase the revenue and if the positive trend continues and if nothing unexpected occurs and there is no technical delay, the break-even point will be reached this year, El Jaroudi said on Sunday.
In economics, break-even point is the point at which project revenues equal project costs (Blaug 2007).
The upper break-even point of 6,735 is calculated by adding the total premium received to the strike price of sold call (6,550+105+80), whereas, the lower break-even point of 6,365 is arrived at by subtracting the total premium received from the strike price of sold put (6,550-105-80).
According to Bloomberg, the increased reduction is to lower the automaker's break-even point to 10 million United States sales per annum.
In this report, we aim to provide a thumbnail estimate of that break-even point, for various types of retail.
Businesses will succeed based on how low their overhead is," says Hamilton, who recommends keeping your break-even point and your expenses low to make managing your cash flow easier.
When you mail the same package for a $397 offer, the break-even point comes at 46 orders.
Thomas, an advocate of direct, renewable-generated hydrogen since his days as an advisor to Ford's fuel-cell efforts, is very dubious about nuclear fusion, which he notes has yet to reach the break-even point of energy production.
And with passenger volumes on Fly Huron North service never approaching the break-even point, the municipalities elected to terminate Sontair's Cessna service to Toronto's Pearson Airport after one year.
Chief Commercial Officer John Leahy indicated that Airbus was "operating significantly above the break-even point right now.
Kluwer said that Loislaw is expected to pass the break-even point at operating profit (EBITDA) level in 2001 and that it expects the tender offer to be completed by spring of 2001.