Real Profit

Real Profit

The profit of a company or investment after adjusting for inflation. It is calculated simply by subtracting the inflation rate from the gross profit margin. For example, if a company's profit margin is 7% and the inflation rate is 4%, the real profit is 3%.
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According to PPI, the monthly real profit rate of gold (ingot) and US dollar were 2.
5p, are a longterm investment, as the company is still young and yet to turn any real profit, but should do well in the long-term and investors are advised to buy and hold.
92 billion real profit, up nearly 58 per cent from 2007.
Consultant Reider helps readers discern what questions to ask and methods to take in implementing effective operating systems, adding value to operating procedures, employing best practices, and transforming functional costs to a real profit contribution.
Hence, the ith firm's instantaneous real profit from production at time t is
The real profit comes later, if Barca makes the most of its opportunity.
It is not generally recognized that any real profit to a raw material producer at the first point of sale is for all practical purposes debt-free money that enters the economy--and stays there.
I marveled at the lack of pretension and the absence of any real profit motive of the skaters.
Real time collaboration means real profit for today's e-businesses.
Our customers are discovering that the real profit opportunity in digital comes from offering the best quality, and this is especially apparent in direct mail and marketing collateral markets as well as rapidly growing niche markets such as books-on-demand, photo merchandise and label printing.
If all these smart people thought that this would be a traffic builder, maybe it would be smart for us to own a piece of the real profit center of those facilities, which is the casino.

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