The difference between the cost and the selling price of an article.
The difference between sale of something and the purchase price - profit.
the difference between the buy and the sell price
The difference between the sales revenue and cost of goods or services expressed as a percentage of revenue. The difference between the prices which a market maker (dealer in securities) or commodity dealer will buy and sell. In banking, the price added to a market rate of interest or subtracted from a market rate of deposit to provide a return for the bank.
is the profit divided by selling price.
The difference between the cost and the retail selling price of goods.
The difference between the cost of purchasing or producing a product and the sales price.
The difference between one thing and another. In financial terms, usually relates to percentage differences between costs and prices. In general terms, allowable flexibility between, say, safety and danger.
decimal Price The offset applied to the base value to give the value actually used.
Profit percentage based on the sales price. For example, a wholesaler will describe a case costing $15 that sells for $20 as having 25 percent margin. Sometimes confused with markup. See also: cost of goods, markup.
The difference between the cost of an item and its selling price, usually expressed as a dollar value or as a percentage.
Gross profit, i.e. the difference between retail price and wholesale price before expenses (excluding costs of goods sold).
The difference between the selling price and the purchase price of an item usually expressed as a percentage of the selling price. Compare mark-up.
For a refiner, the operating profit as measured by the difference between refined product prices and crude oil feedstock costs.