Operating Leverage

The extent to which fixed costs are used in a firm's operations.  If a high percentage of a firm's total costs are fixed costs, then the firm is said to have a high degree of operating leverage.  Operating leverage is a measure of one element of business risk, but does not include the second major element, sales variability.
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