Natus Medical Operating Margin Trend

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USD 32.75  0.20  0.61%

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Showing smoothed Operating Margin of Natus Medical Incorporated with missing and latest data points interpolated.

1.19 %

          10 Years Trend
Very volatile
 Operating Margin 

Regression Statistics

Arithmetic Mean  9.19
Coefficient Of Variation  70.38
Mean Deviation  5.07
Median  12.89
Standard Deviation  6.46
Sample Variance  41.79
Range  20.28
R Value (0.039742)
Mean Square Error  45.89
R Squared  0.001579
Significance  0.90
Slope (0.07)
Total Sum of Squares  459.66

Natus Medical Operating Margin Over Time

2016-12-31  14.23 
2017-12-31  14.23 
2018-12-31  1.19 

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Natus Medical Upcoming Company Events

Upcoming Quarterly ReportApril 19, 2017
Next Earnings ReportJuly 19, 2017
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