Profit Table

Profit Table

A table of results of a particular strategy at some point in time. This is usually a tabular compilation of the data drawn on a profit graph. See also Profit Graph.

Profit Table

A table of the potential profits and losses that may result from following a particular business strategy. This may be used in risk analysis. See also: Profit graph.
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The external utility of the example is shown in Table 1(b), which is also called a profit table.
Other significant moves in the top 50 net profit table included Kuwait Finance House, from 16th position to 13th, Alinma Bank from 19th place to 17th, Bank Al Bilad to 27th place from 24th, Investcorp from 42nd to 37th and Gulf International Bank from 48th to 44th.
Meanwhile, runaway kings of the profit table, Burnley FC, are shouting the whole pub a drink.
For example, database in Figure 1 is partial of an uncertain data stream and its profit table, respectively.
While Barclays Bank Mauritius and Investec Bank Mauritius dominated the net profit table through sheer size, it was actually ABC Banking Corporation that had the greatest percentage increase, with net profit growth of $290,000 giving it a 148.41 per cent boost (Barclays and Investec grewowing 71 per cent and 39 per cent, respectively).
P: the profit table, {[p.sub.1], [p.sub.2], ..., [p.sub.j], ..., [p.sub.r]}, in which [p.sub.k] is the profit value of an item [i.sub.j];
West Ham topped last season's profit table with a pounds 12.28 return on a level pounds 1 investment after beating Manchester United home and away and stunning Arsenal at the Emirates, yet they have been written off as 16-1 shots this time around.
While Sage Group ranks only fourth in the profit table, it is comfortably second in our table of market value and is one of only two companies in the region qualifying for inclusion in the FTSE 100 index.
Bargainers had the opportunity to end negotiations without agreement and receive a small, certain payoff for trading a different ("standard") product on the open market with a nonquality-dependent contract ($5 profit per shipment for each buyer and seller--see the Profit Table, Option A in Appendix B).
The profit table used for the experiments was generated using the profit function given by (1).
When a six was announced, teams took a short break, which they could use to inspect the profit table for their next session; they only interacted within their own group.
The "Profit Table Program" is the brainchild of the company's president, Joel Mandel.