When the economy is expected to see positive growth, a company can increase both its operating and financial leverage in order to make higher profits. An increase in sales will outweigh an increase in both fixed costs and financial costs. Operating leverage is the trade off between fixed and variable costs. Higher operating leverage typically is indicative of a company with higher levels of risk (greater income variance).
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