Net operating margin


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Net operating margin

The ratio of net operating income to net sales.

Profit Margin

A measure of how well a company controls its costs. It is calculated by dividing a company's profit by its revenues and expressing the result as a percentage. The higher the profit margin is, the better the company is thought to control costs. Investors use the profit margin to compare companies in the same industry and well as between industries to determine which are the most profitable.
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Using this enhanced sorting feature, My LifeSite's list of CCRCs now can be arranged from best to worst based on communities' debt service coverage and net operating margins.
Also, in an important sense, net operating margin represents the long-run performance of the firm since selling servicing is selling the largest single source of revenue.
6 million, resulting in a weaker net operating margin (NOM)-adjusted of 33.
Related to the profit margin is the net operating margin ratio, which is net income before servicing sales divided by gross income.
Positive net operating margin from the oxide plant lease (oxide plant lease revenue less lease costs) of $1.
The firm expects net operating margin to be significantly ahead of last year's when it reports full year results on May 29.
5 fold to EGP399 million corresponding to a net operating margin of 67.
31, 2012), Carpenter's has shown good operating performance with adjusted net operating margin of 20.
The net operating margin (NOM; which excludes net assets released from restrictions) was very good in fiscal 2016 and the nine month period ending June 30, 2017 at 15.
3% net operating margin, and 26% net operating margin-adjusted over the past four years.