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Berry Ratio
The ratio of a company's gross profits to operating expenses.
    
Dr. Charles Berry an American economist is well known for his derivation of the Berry Ratio, an analytical tool used extensively by Tax and transfer pricing analysts the world over. Berry consulted with numerous government agencies, corporations, and law firms on antitrust and regulatory issues, transfer pricing, and corporate taxation.
    
This ratio is used as an indicator of a company's profits in a given period of time. A ratio coefficient of 1 or more indicates that the company is making profit above all variable expenses; whereas a coefficient below 1 indicates that the firm is losing money.
    
This ratio attempts to measure a firm's profitability. A higher coefficient means that the firm is more profitable, while a lower coefficient means the firm in not as profitable. Using this method in conjunction with other profit-level indicators Will ensure a higher level of validity.
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