The net profit
margin is the most accurate way to measure health plans' profits, especially when state and federal law require them to spend 85 percent of their premiums on medical care," said Johnston.
Moreover, Oman and Emirates Investment went from net profit
in the first quarter of 2010 to a net loss in the first quarter of 2011.
For paper makers to enjoy a higher overall industry average for net profit
margins, several widespread changes may need to take place.
This is because such high marketing and production costs significantly reduce the net profit
, which is the basis used to compute royalties paid to net profit
It projects unconsolidated full-year pretax profit at 56 billion yen and net profit
at 37 billion yen on sales of 1,360 billion yen.
3 billion (US$ 185 million) will result in a net profit
of approximately NOK 1 billion (US$ 140 million) before tax.
The power supplier serving Hiroshima and surrounding prefectures in western Japan attributed the drop in net profit
in the business year that ended in March to the parent company's double-digit decline in net profit
According to a new book from the National Association of Home Builders, "The Business of Building: Measuring Your Success," the poorest performing 25% of builders earn net profits
of less than 0.
For the full fiscal year ending March 31, 2001, Sharp is forecasting group net profit
of 38 billion yen and pretax profit of 80 billion yen on sales of 2.
Statewide, the net profit
before taxes works out to 8.
Sales, pretax profit and net profit
are in billions of yen, with year-on-year percentage changes in parentheses.
It also recommended that the term "net profit
per share" be used to confirm no net profit
adjustments were made.