Definitions for **"operating margin"**

Operating income divided by revenues, expressed as a percentage.

Surplus from a company´s operations available for investment, interest and tax payments and depreciation

Ratio of operating profit to net sales.

Operating profit divided by sales, as a percentage... more on: Operating margin

Sales of goods and services less the sum of cost of goods and services sold plus selling, general and administrative expenses. Operating margin is often expressed as a percentage of sales - the operating margin rate.

Operating profit divided by group turnover

operating profit before the payment of interest and taxes divided by sales.

Operating income expressed as percentage of sales

The key measure of profitability and performance is a company's operating margin. The operating margin is determined by subtracting the operating expenses from the total revenues and then dividing that result by the total revenue. One time gains and losses, interest expenses, interest income, other income, and taxes are excluded from the operating margin.

This value measures the percent of revenues remaining after paying all operating expenses. It is calculated as the 12 months Operating Income divided by Total Revenue, multiplied by 100.

Operating profit as a percentage of turnover (if applicable, net of duty).

Net income after all operating costs have been deducted.

This shows the profit before interest and tax as a percentage of turnover and is calculated dividing turnover by the operating profit.

Gross margin less the fixed production costs

calculated by dividing operating income by net operating revenues.

(Operating Revenue - (Operating expenses + Depreciation & Amortization)) x 100 Operating Revenue

adjusted operating profit as a percentage of gold income including realised non-hedge derivatives

Operating profit as a percentage of sales.

A financial indication calculated by dividing income from operations by operating revenue.

The operating margin of a company is a key measure of profitability and performance. The operating margin is determined by deducting operating expenses (e.g.. cost of goods and services, sales and marketing, general and administrative, and depreciation and amortization) from total revenues and then dividing the result by total revenues. Note that operating margin excludes interest expense, interest income, other income, one-time gains or losses and taxes.

A measure of a company's profitability and efficiency, calculated by dividing a measure of operating profit (sales minus cost of producing goods and operating expenses) by sales

Operating margin is an accounting ratio that is concerned with the level of profitability. It is calculated by dividing operating profit by total sales and expressing the result as a percentage.

operating earnings as a percentage of sales.

A company's profitability before non-cash charges. The operating margin is calculated by dividing EBITDA (earnings before interest expense, taxes, depreciation and amortization) by revenues and then multiplying by 100. It is a measure of operating efficiency at a company.

A companyâ€(tm)s profitability after all operating costs have been paid. Operating margin is calculated by dividing cash flow by revenue and then multiplying by 100. The result is expressed as a percentage. Operating margin shows you how profitable a company is before interest expenses on debt and depreciation costs have been deducted. Since accountants often manipulate depreciation and amortization costs on income statements, many analysts feel operating profit paints a truer picture of a companyâ€(tm)s profitability.

Operating income divided by net premium. Operating income is the profit or loss stemming from all operations, including underwriting and investments.

A ratio used to measure pricing strategy and operating efficiency. Calculated by

A measurement of a company's relative profitability calculated by dividing operating profit (the profit realized from one year's business operations) by net sales. The higher the percentage, the better.

the ratio of a company's profits (before interest and taxes) to the company's total revenues, used as a measure of profitability

In business, operating margin is the ratio of operating income (operating profit in the UK) divided by net sales.