Opening Price

The price at which a stock first trades upon the opening of an exchange on a given trading day. A stock's opening price is an important marker for that day's trading activity, especially for those interested in measuring short-term results.

Operating Income

Profit from a business’ operations after subtracting operating expenses, such as cost of goods sold, wages and depreciation.

Operating Margin (TTM)

The percentage of company’ revenue that is left over after paying variable costs of production. It gives investors an idea of how much a company makes on each dollar of sales.

This is a TTM figure (see Trailing Twelve Months).

Other Current Assets

Assets that do not include cash, securities, receivables, inventory and prepaid assets, and can be converted into cash within one year.

Other Financing Activities

All other transactions with creditors or investors used to fund company operations or expansions.

Other Investing Activities

Other investments that do not include capital expenditure, sale of assets, cash acquisitions, and divestitures.

Other Operating Expenses

Expenses that generally do not depend on sales or production quantities. These may include marketing expenses, rent and utilities, office expenses, etc.

Other Receivables

Unsettled transactions or other monetary obligations owed to a company by its debtors or customers.

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