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Operating leverage is the extent of which fixed cost are used in a firm's operations. Is there a risk of having both high operating leverage and high financial leverage?

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  1. There sure is.
    for more info, see:
    http://www.noble.org/Ag/Economics/OperatingLeverage/index.html

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