Operating profit margin of enterprise (financial statistics)

Definition

Operating profit margin refers to the margin, i.e. the difference, between operating revenues and operating expenses. This margin, or difference, is expressed using units of measure such as percentage or Canadian dollars.

Enterprise (financial statistics) refers to the organizational unit of a business that directs and controls the allocation of resources relating to its domestic operations, and for which consolidated financial and balance sheet accounts are maintained from which international transactions, an international investment position and a consolidated financial position for the unit can be derived. It corresponds to the institutional unit as defined for the System of National Accounts. For the purpose of financial statistics, enterprises classified under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) to Management of Companies and Enterprises (NAICS 55) are excluded to avoid double counting of assets. These enterprises are typically holding companies whose most significant assets are investments in affiliated enterprises. As well, enterprises classified under NAICS 526 (Funds and other financial vehicles) are excluded.

Measurements

  • Percentage of operating revenues of same enterprise
  • Percentage of total operating profit margin of enterprise
  • Canadian dollar at current prices May 12, 2003 to current

Relation to previous version

  • Operating profit margin of enterprise (financial statistics)

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