profit margin

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
kâr marjı

Bu şirketin kar marjı çok büyük. - This company's profit margin is very big.

kar marjı

Bu şirketin kar marjı çok büyük. - This company's profit margin is very big.

operating profit margin
faaliyet kar marjı
profit margins
kar marjları
margin of profit
(Ticaret) karmarjı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The ratio of net income to net sales of a company expressed as a percentage

For example, if a company has $10,000 net income and $100,000 net sales, then profit margin equals ($10,000 : $100,000) .10, or 10%.

The profit margin is the profit as a percentage of turnover (or sales) It shows how profitable the firm is The higher the margin the better
Indicator of profitability The ratio of earnings available to stockholders to net sales Determined by dividing net income by revenue for the same 12-month period Result is shown as a percentage Also known as net profit margin
A measure of a company's profitability, cost structure and efficiency, calculated by dividing earnings or cash flow by revenue There are four basic types of profit margin: gross, operating, pre-tax and net Net margin is the one investors pay the most attention to It shows a company's profitability after all costs, expenses and taxes have been paid The net margin is calculated by dividing earnings by revenue and then multiplying by 100 Margins are particularly helpful since they can be used both to compare profitability among many companies and to look for financial trouble at a single outfit See "Margins " BACK TO TOP
percentage of net profit compared to total income
A profit margin is the difference between the selling price of a product and the cost of producing and marketing it. The group had a net profit margin of 30% last year. the difference between the cost of producing something and the price at which you sell it
Calculated by dividing annual net earnings after taxes by revenues, displayed as a percentage Useful to compare stocks within industries; a higher profit margin indicates a more profitable company Can also be calculated by dividing a company's pre-tax earnings by its revenues, known as the Pre-Tax Profit Margin Since taxes can vary from year to year and from company to company, this may give a truer picture of a company's underlying profitability
The difference between your selling price and all of your costs
The difference between the price received by a company for its products or services and the cost of producing them
Positive difference that results from the selling products or services for more than the cost of producing these products or services
Net profit after taxes divided by sales for a given 12-month period, expressed as a percentage
Indicator of profitability
the ratio gross profits divided by net sales
sales revenue minus all operating expenses divided by the number of sales
The return received on an investment after all operating expenses have been met A dealership's profit margin is the difference between what they paid for the car (including business expenses), and what you pay them
Net Operating Profit After Tax divided by Sales This is different from EBIT Margin which is EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes) divided by Sales
-net income divided by sales, indicates efficiency and competitiveness
In business, the percentage of profit (revenue minus expenses divided by revenue) In investing, the ratio of net income available to stockholders to net sales Simply divide net income by revenue for the same 12-month period (the result will be a percentage)
A measure of a company's efficiency, determined by dividing net income by net sales during the past 12 months
Ratio of a company's net income to its net sales; the percent of income in each dollar of revenue (See (p 126))
An indicator of profitability Determined by dividing net income by revenue for the same 12-month period Result is shown as a percentage
Gross profit margin equals sales revenue minus cost of goods sold See also gross profit
profit margins
plural form of profit margin
margin of profit
the ratio gross profits divided by net sales
operating profit margin
The ratio of operating profit to net sales
operating profit margin
Ratio, used by fundamental analysts, that relates operating income to net sales Operating profit margin equals operating income divided by net sales
operating profit margin
(Returns to farm assets/gross cash farm income)Measures profits earned per dollar of gross cash income
operating profit margin
The ratio of operating margin to net sales
profit margin

    Расстановка переносов

    prof·it mar·gin

    Турецкое произношение

    präfıt märcın

    Произношение

    /ˈpräfət ˈmärʤən/ /ˈprɑːfət ˈmɑːrʤən/

    Этимология

    [ 'prä-f&t ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin profectus advance, profit, from proficere.

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