operating performance ratios


operating performance ratios
Various ratios used to analyse the financial performance of a company in terms of the return generated by the sales for an accounting period. The higher the ratios, the higher the profitability of the organization. Examples are net profit percentage and gross profit percentage

Accounting dictionary. 2014.

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