Gross Profit Margin Prior TTM

The Gross Profit Margin is a measure of how much income a comany has left after paying all direct production expenses. It is calculated as Gross Profit divided by Revenue. This item is only available for Industrial and Utility companies and is measured on a Prior TTM basis.

Stockopedia explains Gross Mgn

Gross Margin is calculated as annual Total Revenue minus annual Cost of Goods Sold divided by annual Total Revenue and multiplied by 100.

It is a good indication of how profitable a company is at the most fundamental level. Companies with higher gross margins will have more money left over to spend on other business operations, such as research and development or marketing.

This is measured on a prior TTM basis.

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The 5 highest Gross Mgn Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name Gross Mgn StockRank
STO:AZELIO Azelio AB 7471.08 18
BIT:ABT Abitare In SpA 7334.35 21
OSL:QFUEL Quantafuel AS 4480.28 16
ASX:VXR Venturex Resources 4324.76 50
ETR:M0Y Mynaric AG 983.33 3
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