A higher profit margin means a company keeps high percentage of each dollar sold as profit. For example, a 50% profit margin means that for every dollar earned, a company retains $0.50.
It is often helpful for an analyst to look at how a company’s profit margins have changed over time, to measure whether it is becoming more efficient in the sales of goods.
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Generally the deadline for contributions is the tax filing deadline, with extensions
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is calculated using prices of sample goods from predetermined urban areas
A security is a marketable ownership contract which entitles the owner to the right to use the contract as a type of...
Terminal value is a term used in value calculations looking forward toward the future value of an asset or cash flow
A calendar spread is a strategy also known as a horizontal/time spread, in which the investor uses two options contracts
The Federal Home Loan Bank Act of 1932 established the FHL Bank system, which is a co-operative banking network
Market Breadth is a descriptor that is used in several market indicators such as the daily breadth, the A/D Line...
Pegged currencies are not discussed often in the Forex market because their value is tied directly to the value of another
IRS Publication 15-b outlines the different types of fringe benefits available to employees and which ones are taxable