The difference between the invoice price and the dealer's selling price.
A mark-up is the amount above the base price that you choose to charge for the merchandise in your shop. This mark-up is entirely up to you.
Mark-up is the difference between what the dealer bought the car for and the amount of money that the dealer sells the car for.
The amount of profit received by the dealer on each car. Mark-up can be calculated by subtracting the selling price from the invoice price.
The raising of prices by market makers on the Stock Exchange in anticipation of an increased demand for a particular security. In pricing relates to cost-based pricing plus a percentage mark-up.
the return an intermediary achieves on the cost price of an article. Using the same example described above, mark-up is .50 divided by $1, or 50%.
Amount added to actual contract price
a percentage added to the total cost to take account of overheads and the budgeted profit margin
A lessors additional amount included in the capitalized cost of the lease for profit. The markup is a method of defraying costs incurred by the bank in acquiring the property before any income is realized from the lease.
this is the money that a selling company adds to the cost of a product or service in order to produce a required level of profit. Strictly speaking, percentage mark-up refers to the difference between cost and selling price as a factor of the cost, not of the selling price. So a product costing â‚¬1 and selling for â‚¬2 has been given a mark-up of 100%; (at the same time it produces a margin of 50%).
The per unit profit expressed as a percentage of the cost of the unit.
The purchase and sale of a good may be shown as Cost Price + Profit = Selling Price. The percentage added to the cost price to provide a profit is known as the mark-up. Click here to go back to the top of the page
a ratio derived by dividing a product's retail price by its cost. Typically, 5:1 due to high media costs.
the amount or percentage that is added to the purchase price when a customer buys an OTC stock from a market maker in a principal transaction.
The difference between wholesale and retail price.
The difference between the invoice price and the price the dealer sells the car for.
is profit divided by cost.
a ratio (3 to 1, 5 to 1) derived by dividing a product's retail price by its cost of goods (COG). A product costing $20 to manufacture and package retailing for $100 has a mark-up of 5 to 1. Because of rising media costs, the bench mark product mark-up for infomercial products has increased from 3 to 1 in 1984 to 5 to 1 in 1994.
The price increase between buying at wholesale and selling at retail often expressed as a percentage of the wholesale or cost price. Compare margin.