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net_income_margin

### net income margin

Net Income Margin is calculated by dividing Net income by Total revenue.

Ex:- VIRT's Q4 earnings report (https://ir.virtu.com/files/doc_financials/2023/q4/Virtu-Financial-Earnings-Release-2023-Q4.pdf) shows that it had a net income of \$6.7 million and a total revenue of \$536.0 million in Q4 2023. So its net income margin for Q4 2023 will be

In [1]:
net_income = 6.7e6
total_revenue = 536.0e6
net_income_margin = (net_income / total_revenue) * 100
round(net_income_margin, 1)
Out[1]:
1.2

The PDF shows that it is 1.3% . The difference is probably due to rounding of the inputs.

The PDF also shows that it had a net income of \\$263.9 million and a total revenue of \2,293.4 million in full year 2023. So its net income margin for full year 2023 will be

In [2]:
net_income = 263.9e6
total_revenue = 2293.4e6
net_income_margin = (net_income / total_revenue) * 100
round(net_income_margin, 1)
Out[2]:
11.5

The PDF shows that it is 11.5% matching with the above.