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19:20 Mar 20, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
German term or phrase: Kapitalumschlag, Deckungsgrad, Grenzkosten
Context: Firmengruendungen im Ausland

Kapitalumschlag = ?
(Kapitaleinsatz, Rentabilitaet etc.)

Deckungsgrad = ?
(von Produkten in der Erfolgsrechnung)

Grenzkosten = ?
(von Produkten in der Erfolgsrechnung)

Thanks in advance for your help.
gwolf
English translation:See detail
Explanation:
Here, in reverse order of your questions, is what Schäfer has to offer on the various subjects:

Grenzkosten pl
(Vw, Bw) marginal
– incremental
– differential . . . cost
(ie, geben die Änderung der Gesamtkosten [meist bei Variation der Beschäftigung] um eine infinitesimal kleine Einheit an = 1. Ableitung [Differentialquotient] der Gesamtkostenfunktion; the extra cost incurred for an extra unit of output; mathematically, the first derivative [differential quotient] of the total cost function: dK/dY)
(KoR) alternative cost


Deckungsgrad m
(Fin) cover (or liquidity) ratio
(eg, balance sheet ratios, such as: fixed assets to equity + long-term debt; cash and short-term receivables to current liablities; debt-equity ratio)

Kapitalumschlag m
(Fin) capital/equity . . . turnover
– (GB) turnover to average total assets
(ie, one of the components of the RoI ratio system; opp, Umsatzrentabilität, qv)

Hope this helps steer you in the right direction
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Ulrike Lieder
Local time: 00:01
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Thanks for the fast reply.
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naplease see my answer under "Betriebswirtschaftliche Begriffe"
Irene Fried
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36 mins
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Explanation:
Here, in reverse order of your questions, is what Schäfer has to offer on the various subjects:

Grenzkosten pl
(Vw, Bw) marginal
– incremental
– differential . . . cost
(ie, geben die Änderung der Gesamtkosten [meist bei Variation der Beschäftigung] um eine infinitesimal kleine Einheit an = 1. Ableitung [Differentialquotient] der Gesamtkostenfunktion; the extra cost incurred for an extra unit of output; mathematically, the first derivative [differential quotient] of the total cost function: dK/dY)
(KoR) alternative cost


Deckungsgrad m
(Fin) cover (or liquidity) ratio
(eg, balance sheet ratios, such as: fixed assets to equity + long-term debt; cash and short-term receivables to current liablities; debt-equity ratio)

Kapitalumschlag m
(Fin) capital/equity . . . turnover
– (GB) turnover to average total assets
(ie, one of the components of the RoI ratio system; opp, Umsatzrentabilität, qv)

Hope this helps steer you in the right direction


Ulrike Lieder
Local time: 00:01
Native speaker of: German
PRO pts in pair: 3525
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Thanks for the fast reply.

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Andy Lemminger
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3 hrs
as follows


Explanation:
Kapitalumschlag = return on capital


Deckungsgrad = contribution

Grenzkosten = marginal costs



buckel
Local time: 09:01
PRO pts in pair: 41

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Andy Lemminger
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6 hrs
please see my answer under "Betriebswirtschaftliche Begriffe"


Explanation:
please see my answer under "Betriebswirtschaftliche Begriffe"

Irene Fried
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Local time: 09:01
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in GreekGreek
PRO pts in pair: 102
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