Operating Profit Margin 5y Avg
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The Operating Profit Margin is a measure of how much income a company has left after paying its Operating Costs such as Rent and Salaries. It is calculated as Operating Profit divided by Revenue. This is measured as an average of the past 5 years' historical values.

Stockopedia explains Op Mgn

A healthy operating margin is required for a company to be able to pay for its fixed costs, such as interest on debt.

A company's operating margin is most meaningfully compared against other companies in its own industry, as they will likely share similar cost structures. It is a good way to compares the quality of a company's activity to its competitors, specifically the company's pricing strategy and operating efficiency.

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The 5 highest Op Mgn Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name Op Mgn StockRank
ASX:CAE Cannindah Resources 1443164.63 22
STO:TRAC B Traction AB 19078.13 58
IST:ESCOM.E Escort Teknoloji Yatirim AS 11873.15 55
ASX:SFX Sheffield Resources 11733.28 92
ASX:HTA Hutchison Telecommunications (Australia) 10401.33 43
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