Stock turnover rate, Financial Accounting

Calculate Stock turnover rate

The total average number of times each year which stocks is "turned over" in the terms and course of trading activity. Stock turnover rate is calculated by dividing the cost of sales or sales by the average or closing stocks.

 

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