weighted average


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weighted average

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(Statistics) an average calculated by taking into account not only the frequencies of the values of a variable but also some other factor such as their variance. The weighted average of observed data is the result of dividing the sum of the products of each observed value, the number of times it occurs, and this other factor by the total number of observations
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A market-based rate of return weighted average cost will be applicable to the transmission and distribution network before tax.
Both the Series A Notes and Series B Notes have an initial expected maturity of 8.0 years and initial expected weighted average life of 4.6 years while the Series C Notes have an initial expected maturity of 7.7 years and initial expected weighted average life of 3.4 years.
Non-GAAP net loss per share attributable to common stockholders of USD 0.05 based on 90.9 million non-GAAP weighted average shares outstanding in the second quarter of 2017, compared with non-GAAP net loss per share attributable to common stockholders of USD 0.08 based on 72.8 million non-GAAP weighted average shares outstanding in the second quarter of 2016.
The largest single component was a $50.8 million loan for 300 East 34th Street in New York City, with a weighted average DSCR of 2.2 and a weighted average LTV of 36.9 percent.
This year, seven Dry Freight haulers toped the 33.47 overall weighted average, led by Crete Carrier Corp with a 36.57 weighed average-a 2.73 point improvement from its 2007 winning score.
the existence of margins of dumping during the investigation phase shall normally be established on the basis of a comparison of a weighted average normal value with a weighted average of prices of all comparable export transactions or by a comparison of normal value and export prices on a transaction-to-transaction basis.
There is thus a big difference in the EU-25 weighted average for heating gasoil since Malta has not yet provided its structure of consumption for 2002 for all oil products.
The article "Tax Relief--Chapter 2003" (JofA, Oct.03, page 41) doesn't mention the unfavorable impact that reducing dividend taxes is likely to have on corporate America's overall risk-adjusted cost of funds (that is, the weighted average cost of capital).
Standardizing for clinical activity, and taking a weighted average of the results, "A" receives 36 percent, "B" receives 34 percent and "C" receives 30 percent of the bonus pool.
However, if there is capture, foundries "need a control device to meet 0.005 gr/dscf as a flow weighted average for pouring, cooling and shakeout exhausts," Schmeisser said.

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