Profitability ratios, Financial Management

Profitability Ratios

 

Profit Margin

  •  It is a measure of the profit margin of the company. This is important to gauge the financial position of the company.

 

Return on Investment

  •  ROI tells how a company has done through its securities investments.

 

Return on Equity

  •  It is a measure of return on the equity for the shareholders of the company.

 

 

 

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