Average Profit Margin

Average Profit Margin

A company or project's profit margin divided by the number of units it sells. For example, if a company sells 1,000 widgets in a year and makes a profit of $10,000, its average profit margin is $10 per widget.
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This gives farmers an average profit margin of P5 for every kilo of the staple sold following the prevailing cost of producing palay at P12 a kilo.
Fee increases have been so steep some local authorities' cremation, vices burial and mortuary services are operating on an average profit margin of more than 43%.
Slightly more than half of participating day camps (55 percent) reported a profit in 2017, with a median profit value of $90,000 and a 16.2-percent average profit margin. Overnight camps reported overall less profit (median $10,500) and average profit margin (3.4 percent); however, 45 percent of overnight camps reported profitability, and 28 percent reported earning a profit of $100,000 or more.
Forbes says the average profit margin for a restaurant is below 30 percent.
KARACHI -- The average profit margin of banks has improved with lending yield on outstanding loans surging to an 18-month high of 8.08% in July, a development that comes after rates were adjusted in line with the benchmark interest rate.
If the average profit margin for a bakery is too low, the bakery may not turn a profit for the fiscal year.
The grocery industry, for example, earned an average profit margin of 1.5 percent in 2014.
That yielded an average profit margin of about 10 percent.
Over the same period, the two agencies had the highest average profit margin too, at 14 per cent and 17 per cent respec- tively.
Publicly traded companies operating these schools had an average profit margin of 19.7 percent.

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