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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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According to Bloomberg, Amazon's (AMZN) average profit margins have stalled at about 1% for the past half decade but over the last few of those years, the founder and CEO Jeff Bezos has put together a plan for advertising.
The average profit margins for restaurants range from 2 to 6 percent, that s why it s so important for operators to understand their daily sales volume and how their dollars are spent, said Paul Langenbahn, president, NCR Hospitality.
Micro-Star posts average profit margins of 10%-11% for products; but the company's own-branded products, accounting for 60% of total shipments, enjoy higher profit margin of 13% to 14%.
However, while the independent sector is clearly viable for the foreseeable future, with average profit margins unspectacular but resilient nonetheless, what is not beyond doubt is that consolidation is both essential and inevitable.
The average profit margins for the retail production channel showed the most dramatic change, dropping by more than 50 percent.
This survey reports information on portable spas involving the retailing and service sectors of the industry, including customer service issues; average profit margins on certain products; and sales techniques, such as whether mood rooms really work.
Average profit margins among IT companies have fallen at a quarter of the rate of the fall in ROCE over the last 12 months but the rate of decline has accelerated in the latest quarter, with the average margin down from 5.
To address average profit margins that are about half of what they were only a few years ago.
The city fell from the 27th position it held last year to languish in 265th place as average profit margins achieved by local companies fell from 9.
In 2010 Michigan HMOs posted average profit margins of 2.
On the back of strong focus on manufacturing efficiencies, BHEL was able to maintain the level of previous five years (2007-12) average profit margins of 14% which is one of the highest among peer group companies.
On a year-over-year basis, the weighted average profit margins for retail production channel showed the most dramatic change.