Efficiency Ratio

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Efficiency Ratio


a qualitative index, expressed by a relative quantity, that characterizes the level of economic efficiency achieved. The efficiency ratio is the ratio between the economic result obtained (for example, the total profit or the total savings from reducing the prime cost of output) and the expenditures incurred. The efficiency ratio can characterize such economic factors as the efficiency of socialist production as a whole, the efficiency of capital investments, or the efficiency of introducing new equipment.

efficiency ratio

The ratio of the net usable area of a building to its gross floor area.
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Treading in the land of sub 40 percent efficiency ratios is familiar territory for Bank of the Ozarks.
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of Conway set its sights on achieving a sub-40 percent efficiency ratio.
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To receive more information about the annual Nolan Efficiency Ratio Benchmarking Study visit http://www.
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Efficiency ratios evaluate how well the company generates cash flows relative to other years and other companies.
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