Operating leverage, Financial Management

Operating Leverage

Operating leverage define the degree to which an organization cost of operation is fixed as opposed to variable. Therefore, it is a measure of how much a firm's profits can be expected to change when sales rise. Firms with a high degree of operating leverage will experience greater changes in profitability when sales change. Mostly, organization with high operating leverage will maintain low levels of debt, or financial leverage.

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