(1) "Normal rate of return" and "normal profit
" are used interchangeably in these texts and represent the same concept.
Brickworks' normal profit
for the year ended 31 July 2010 was A$110.2 million.
"Under such conditions, the Dutch banking system will be challenged to return to comparatively normal profit
The airline industry's recent slew of surcharges are a method by which airlines assure their survival by generating a normal profit
Historical cost $100,000 Current replacement cost 70,000 Net realizable value 90,000 Net realizable value less a normal profit
margin 85,000 Fair value 95,000 Under IFRS, what amount should the company report as inventory on its balance sheet?
If they make their repayments, the lenders earn a normal profit
. If the borrower proves unable to repay their loans, the lender will take their homes off them, charging the borrower huge sums by way of default fees.
Just because Chittenden's normal profit
margin has been reduced by this introductory offer does not mean that other divisions should also be expected share in the reduced profits.
Economic profits must be a prospect, or else producers of portfolios of products could not hope to offset their expected losses on some products and earn a normal profit
over all the products in their portfolios.
The manager said it was a great success and that they made four times the normal profit
No financial details were disclosed but the contract was said to be low-risk and to have "normal profit
Like many suppliers, Masterlooms' suggested retail price is double the wholesale price, and retailers can take off 30 to 35 percent and still make a normal profit
, Rahmanan said.
A landscape contractor that is short of work and needs a job may be prepared to reduce its normal profit
. If a landscape contractor has ample work, it may want a reasonably high profit to take on the job.