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Profit Margins and Turnover Ratios

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Profit margins and turn over ratios vary from one industry to another. What differences would you expect to find between a grocery chain such as a Safeway and steel company? Think particularly about the turnover ratios, the profit margin and Du Pont equation.

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Profit margins and turnover rations vary from one industry to another. Grocery stores probably have a lot high turnover ratios than the steel company. This is because grocery items are usually ...

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