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Margins and Turnover

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Here is a description of the Margins and Turnover ratios and numbers (fundamental data) downloaded by this object:

Net Margin: Expressed as a percentage, the Net Margin is calculated by dividing the net income for the previous 12 months by the sales for the previous 12 months. This ratio measures how a company controls its costs. This ratio is generally used to compare companies that operate within the same industry.

Operating Margin 12-Months: The 12-Months operating margin is the income after all expenses generated by a company in the last 12-month (excluding extraordinary items and discontinued operations) divided by the sales in the previous 12 months.

Turnover: This ratio measures how often a company collects the accounts receivable amount during a year. It is the 12 month sales divided by four-quarter average receivables.

Inventory Turnover: A measure that shows how often a company's inventory is sold and replaced in a year period. High inventory turnover values are considered better because a low value means that the company's inventory stays unsold for a long period. This ratio is calculated by taking the 12-month cost of goods sold and dividing it by the four-quarter average inventory.

Asset Utilization: It is the 12-month sales divided by the four-quarter average total assets. It measures the speed at which a company turns its assets into sales.

This item can be used to download these five fields' data numbers for all stocks listed on U.S. exchanges (NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX, and OTC)

The Coverage and Liquidity ratios downloader can be used to get liquidity ratios (Cash Ratio, Quick Ratio and Current Ratio) and coverage ratios (Debt-Total Capital and Debt-Equity Ratio).
Balance Sheet figures like the Inventory, Intangibles, Receivables, Current asserts and Long Term Debt can be download using Balance Sheet Data


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