Average Annual Growth Rate

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Average Annual Growth Rate

The average growth of an investment over a given number of years. It is calculated simply by adding together the growth rate in each year in question and dividing by the number of years. For example, if a portfolio grows 10% in year 1, -5% in year 2, and 6% in year 3, the average annual growth rate is calculated as (10 - 5 + 6) / 3 = 3.67%.
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Gasoline containers are a small market, but one of the healthier sectors of industrial containers, with an AAGR of 7.
Consumer food containers consumed nearly 580 million lb during 2004 and are expected to have a healthy AAGR of 10%.
Sales volumes of organophosphorou: products increase at an AAGR of five percent, which is the by far highest growth rate," commented Oliver Kutsch, CEO of Ceresana.
had been growing at an AAGR (average annual growth rate) of 6% since 1960, and the decline in the 2007-2009 period has now been reversed, with growth rates of 15% anticipated, says JEC, which predicts that growth will be driven primarily by automotive and transportation, wind energy, and aerospace sectors.
Demand growth here is expected to hover around 4% AAGR through 2010.
Characteristics Data Response for NSN 4720-01-483-6467 Item Name: HOSE, NONMETALLIC MRC Requirement Statement Clear Text Reply NAME ITEM NAME HOSE, NONMETALLIC AAGR CROSS-SECTIONAL SHAPE STYLE 1 ROUND AARX INSIDE DIAMETER 0.
37bn passengers in 2006, representing an AAGR of 5.
8 billion in 2010, an AAGR (average annual growth rate) of 9.
The report also says that contract manufacturing of OTC and nutritional products is the largest and fastest growing segment, expected to rise at an AAGR of over 11% to $102 billion by 2009.
IATA International Cargo and Passenger Forecasts 2004-2008 SUMMARY GROWTH DATA PASSENGERS FREIGHT TONNES Route Area 2004 AAGR * 2004 AAGR * 04-08 04-08 North Atlantic 7.
According to BCC, the study reports that the nickel metal hydride (NiMH) battery makes up approximately 85 percent of the advanced battery market for fuel cell transportation in 2004, with an expected AAGR of 36.