compound annual return

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compound annual return

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(Banking & Finance) the total return available from an investment, deposit, etc, when the interest earned is used to augment the capital. Abbreviation: CAR
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American Capital earned a 16% compounded annual return on the exit of its equity investments, including dividends, fees and net gains.
More important, that substantial net investment return of 7 percent a year falls meaningless if it's a compounded annual return of 7 percent of.
delivered a compounded annual return of 25 per cent since 2008.
After accounting for the tax liability, the total gain comes at around ` 6,020, or a compounded annual return of 13.
In contrast, the average compounded annual return for the stock market is around 10%.
Palau's trust fund can distribute $15 million per year for 35 years if it earns a compounded annual return of at least 8.
57% compounded annual return over an 18-year period (1984 to 2002), versus 12.
By focusing on highly productive results for retail partners, Macerich has achieved a total shareholder return of 186% over the last five years ending December 31, 2014, representing a compounded annual return of 23%.
0 billion in capital commitments from investors, has achieved a 40% per year compounded annual return (net of all fees and expenses) on all invested capital, including six platform corporate acquisitions, company growth initiatives, and "follow-on" acquisitions.
Van Essen was ranked the #9 CTA in compounded annual return for the 3 years ending June 30, 2011 by BarclayHedge.
American Capital earned a 23% compounded annual return on the exit of its equity investments, including dividends, fees and net gains.
9%, and the ten year track record is a compounded annual return of more than 22%.