Profit Margin

A “profit margin” is the amount of profit a firm makes per dollar of revenue. For example, if something sells for $100 (revenue) and the cost of making, distributing, and advertising it etc. is $90, the firm makes a $10 profit – so its profit margin is 10%.

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