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1. Election Under The Will

2. excess

3. Earned Premium

4. EMT

5. Ex Works (EXW)

6. earnest

7. evacuate

8. Estoppel By Deed

9. Electronic Transaction

10. Enterprise Risk Management

11. endowment

12. emergency response values

13. External Auditors

14. Elder Law

15. Energy Valuation

16. estate plan

17. Excess margin

18. explosive-driven fastener

19. employer's liability coverage

20. Economically Deliverable Supply

21. Exchange traded product (ETP)

22. exchange-traded derivative

23. Extramural R&D

24. Economic risk

25. European System Of Accounts 1995 (ESA)

26. Ecosystem Services

27. Employee Retirement Income Security Act / Erisa

28. Easing

29. Economic Profit (Or Loss)

30. ethylene propylene diene monomer

31. epoxy cement

32. electrical ground

33. Ex post return

34. Electrified Track

35. engrave

36. Error

37. ESH

38. earnings growth

39. Euro Coins

40. equipment floater

41. Efts

42. experience account

43. employment contract

44. European Payments Council (EPC)

45. extension line

46. Effluxion Of Time

47. Elimination Period

48. Events of default

49. Economic Activity Classification

50. Excess profits tax

51. Exotic Interest Rate Option

52. EPS forms

53. ECDSA

54. Error Of Estimation

55. evaporator

56. Equal percentagecontribution rule (EPCoR)

57. Employment, Temporary

58. Excusable Neglect

59. empty nester

60. ECHP

61. equitization

62. Exchange Rate Adjustment

63. express mail mailing label

64. Excess returns

65. express

66. exterior

67. Eif

68. executive share option scheme

69. Everest option

70. EBITDARM

71. European Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation (EASDAQ)

72. Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization

73. Edge Numbers

74. Expected Obsolescence

75. Eurocommercial paper

76. estoppel certificate

77. Error Detecting Characters

78. Energy Consumed For Transport By Oil Pipeline

79. economic environment

80. Exact interest

81. Environmental Protection External Activities

82. electrical drawings

83. engagement letter

84. Eligible Debt

85. Environmentally Adjusted Net Domestic Product (eaNDP)

86. equity growth fund

87. ensure

88. Emerging Markets Bond Index (EMBI)

89. earthquake insurance

90. Employee Buyout

91. European Council

92. Exercise price

93. exfiltration test

94. Endangered Species

95. Extraterritoriality

96. Euro lines

97. Editing Rationality

98. Employer matching contribution

99. Endorse

100. Exceptional Financing

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Gross Margin

Categories: Accounting, Fundamental Analysis, Operation and Production,

Gross margin, sometimes called gross profit, is the percentage by which profits exceed production costs. To find gross margin you divide sales minus production costs by sales. For example, if you want to calculate your gross margin on selling handmade scarves, you need to know how much you spent creating the scarves, and what you collected by selling them.If you sold 10 scarves at $15 a piece, and spent $8 per scarf to make them, your gross margin would be 46.7%, or $150 in sales minus $80 in production costs divided by $150. Gross margin is not the same as gross profit, which is simply sales minus costs. In this example, it's $70, or $150 minus $80. If you're doing research on a company you're considering as an investment, you can look at the gross margin to help you see how efficiently it uses its resources. If the company has a higher gross margin than its competition, it can command higher prices or spends less on production. That might mean it can allocate more resources to developing new products or pursuing other projects.

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