Translation of markup in Spanish:

markup

margen de ganancia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɑrˌkəp//ˈmɑːkʌp/

noun

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    margen de ganancia masculine
    margen de beneficio masculine
    • Profit margins and markups vary, depending on whether you are talking about a hand-crafted latte at a coffee house or a 12-ounce bag of whole beans at the grocery store.
    • In fact, the growth in unit labor costs still trails the price markups companies are able to get for their products.
    • Many firms will sell direct to an owner, eliminating several levels of markup.
    • But consecutive markups sometimes price the product out of the arena where reimbursement is available.
    • And with their higher markups, project changes can further present opportunities for potential profit gain when managed efficiently.
    • Trendy shirts of yesteryear are sold as the hot items of today at an almost 220 per cent markup.
    • This program allows me the flexibility to enter different discounts or markups for different items.
    • Their dealer networks sell new vehicles at near zero markup.
    • In addition to markups, some online brokers tack ‘service’ or ‘transaction’ fees on small purchases.
    • American exporters generally seem to pay less attention to markup pricing over marginal costs than Australian exporters.
    • And, as the Wall Street Journal noted recently, some retailers put big markups on their fair-trade products, which benefits them, not the producers.
    • But profit margins are so wide that many businesses will be able to absorb those costs instead of making huge markups on prices, a move that could cost them sales in a highly competitive marketplace.
    • For customers who want new IT products, I would charge no markup.
    • Since fish is very perishable, retail and wholesale markups are very high.
    • Why do you think markups in the retail business are kept quiet?
    • Occasionally painters turned some of their work over to dealers, whose markups could be substantial.
    • I would be buying them now, even at a $100 or higher markup, to support them.
    • Indeed, once storage costs are deducted from overall marketing costs, merchant capital is able to charge a small but positive markup.
    • These cooperatives generally sell unique handmade gifts and clothing at a considerably lower markup than their boutique counterparts.
    • He said operating firms would always arrive at their own price markups depending on the type of cost structure they have accrued but that this would be different for various firms unlike in a one entity operation with no competition.