Absolute Rate

Absolute Rate

In a plain vanilla swap, the fixed interest rate. In a plain vanilla swap, the two legs of the swap are a fixed interest rate, say 3.5%, and a floating interest rate, say LIBOR + 0.5%, each calculated over some notional value. Each party pays the other at set intervals over the life of the swap. In this case, the absolute rate is 3.5% over the notional value.
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However, alarmingly, the absolute rate of energy drink use has been increasing significantly, especially among young individuals.
The UO has the 13-point gap between populations, but it graduates Pell grant students at a higher absolute rate - 55.
9) The random prices rise and fall in value, but are calibrated to an average absolute rate of 10 percent.
The size of the slowdown between the fourth quarter of 2014 and the first quarter of 2015, and the absolute rate of growth of the world total rubber consumption in January-March 2015, does not reflect the fundamental changes either to the world economy or the global rubber industry.
Absolute rate of structural changes shows the decrease of agricultural sector in total value added in Lithuania and the Scandinavian countries as well.
The discrepancy between absolute rate differences that were marginal and relative differences that were meaningful and statistically significant requires careful consideration.
For example, if you invest in a security that has had a return, that return is the actual or absolute rate of return.
It is without scientific legitimacy; is dangerously misleading and almost certainly contributes to a net increase in the absolute rate of global emissions growth.
By examining all closed claims, rather than only those for which a payment was made, our findings suggest that a reduction in errors is likely responsible for at least a component of this association, since the absolute rate of claims was lower post-EHR adoption," they wrote.
In order to prevent a decline in the rate of surplus value, capital would need to either (a) increase the absolute rate of exploitation, or (b) increase investment in the means of production by improving labor productivity.
The statement also added that the absolute rate of cardiovascular events during sexual activity, such as heart attacks or chest pain caused by heart disease, is miniscule because sexual activity is usually for a short time.
The researchers said: "For epilepsy, the findings of an absolute rate of violent crime of 4% and the lack of any association in the sibling control study should be seen in the context of expert opinion in the field that states that the link is strong.