Net Margin

Business / Taxes / Net Margin: A company’s net margin, typically expressed as a percentage, is its net profit divided by its net sales. Net profit and net sales are the amounts the company has left after subtracting relevant expenses from gross profits and gross sales. The higher the percentage, the more profitable the company is. Fundamental analysts use net margin, sometimes called net profit margin, as a way to assess how effective the company is in converting income to profit. In general, a higher net margin is the result of an appropriate pricing structure and effective cost controls.

Other Words for Margin

Margin Noun Synonyms: edge, border, perimeter, periphery, rim, lip, side, brink, verge
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Other Words for Net

Net Noun Synonyms: network, netting, mesh, mesh-work, web, webbing, openwork, lattice, lattice-work, trellis, trellis-work, lace-work, reticulum, reticle, rete, plexus, grid, grid-work, grille, grate, grating, fretwork, sieve, screen, strainer, sifter
Net Verb Synonyms: catch, capture, trap, entrap, snare, ensnare, bag
Net Adjective Synonyms: make, realize, clear, take home, bring in, earn, pocket, take in, get
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Net Pen Culture

Business / Agriculture / Net Pen Culture: A type of aquaculture where fish remain captive throughout their lives in marine pens built from nets, used by the salmon industry. MORE

Net Period

Business / Finance / Net Period: The period of time between the end of the discount period and the date payment is due. MORE

Net Parity

Business / Finance / Net Parity: Antithesis of gross parity. MORE

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