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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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Figure 2 shows the 10-year compounded annual return on various stock market composites.
He said that the Price to earnings ratios of PSX were very attractive compared to other regional markets and that over a period of 5 years PSX have yielded a compounded annual return of up to 120 %.
For example, if you start saving and investing P2,000 a month at age 25, you will already have close to P6.5 million by the time you reach age 65 based on a compounded annual return of 8 percent.
Its Standard program, launched that same year, has had a cumulative total return of 2124%, a compounded annual return of 13.3% and a Sharpe ratio of 0.55, according to BarclayHedge, which provided all the data used for the Pinnacle awards.
Over the life of the investment, American Capital realized 2.6 times its equity investment and generated a 28% compounded annual return on equity.
Since American Capital's 1997 IPO through the first quarter of 2016, it has earned a nine percent compounded annual return, including interest, dividends, fees and net gains, from realizations of senior debt, subordinated debt, equity and structured products investments, totaling approximately USD28 billion of committed capital.
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.
Zooming into high gear is Shanthi Gears (33rd), which has clocked a robust compounded annual return of 64% over this period.
After accounting for the tax liability, the total gain comes at around ` 6,020, or a compounded annual return of 13.49 per cent on ` 13,820.
In contrast, the average compounded annual return for the stock market is around 10%.