Dollar Tree Stores (DLTR)

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Dollar Tree Stores Gross Profit (TTM):

2.790B for Jan. 31, 2014

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Jan. 31, 2014 2.790B
Oct. 31, 2013 2.815B
July 31, 2013 2.755B
April 30, 2013 2.706B
Jan. 31, 2013 2.653B
Oct. 31, 2012 2.536B
July 31, 2012 2.497B
April 30, 2012 2.440B
Jan. 31, 2012 2.378B
Oct. 31, 2011 2.292B
July 31, 2011 2.237B
April 30, 2011 2.178B
Jan. 31, 2011 2.088B
Oct. 31, 2010 2.018B
July 31, 2010 1.953B
April 30, 2010 1.892B
Jan. 31, 2010 1.857B
Oct. 31, 2009 1.772B
July 31, 2009 1.710B
April 30, 2009 1.651B
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About Gross Profit

Gross profit is the difference between sales and the cost of goods sold. Revenues (aka Sales) less Cost of Goods Sold (COGS) is a company's gross profit. For many companies, cost of goods sold is a substantial portion of expenses that a company will have.

Analysts frequently look at gross profit and operating profit. Operating profits takes one further step and subtracts cost of goods sold and any other operating expenses from revenue. Operating costs include, but are not limited to, Selling General & Admin Expenses (SGA), Depreciation and Amortization. This details the amount of earnings left that a firm is able to use for other purposes.

Increasing gross profits are a good sign for a company (it means the company is generating money from sales). It is also crucial to look at Gross Profit Margins to understand the % of revenues that is going into Gross Profit. Comparing the size of Gross Profit can let investor see the size and scope of the company within its competitive market.

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DLTR Gross Profit (TTM) Benchmarks

Companies
Dollar General 5.436B
Family Dollar Stores 3.520B
Wal-Mart Stores 118.39B

DLTR Gross Profit (TTM) Range, Past 5 Years

Minimum 1.651B Apr 2009
Maximum 2.815B Oct 2013
Average 2.261B
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