gross operating margin

gross operating margin
gross operating margin UK US noun [C] (ABBREVIATION GOM) ACCOUNTING
a company’s profit from selling goods or services in a particular period after costs directly related to producing them are subtracted. Gross operating margin is often shown as a percentage of money from sales: »

The phone company's stock was down about 7%, despite a 39% gross operating margin.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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