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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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Results for demand elasticities using other average absolute rates of price growth followed the pattern shown in Table 2, with higher rates of price growth leading to higher errors.
They should focus on the absolute rates of stroke corresponding to risk prediction point scores and be alert to potential biases in studies reporting these rates.
The analysis should be done not on absolute rates but on normalized ones," the Minister underlined.
We were extremely pleased with the outcome and firmly believe that fundamentals versus merely low absolute rates are now driving the market.
Sheiner hastened to point out that the absolute rates of cardiovascular death among the women studied were low: 0.
Dr Goldthorpe argues that absolute rates of social mobility are determined primarily by changes in the occupational and class structures.
These provisional rates mentioned will be absolute rates with effect from April 1, 2011.
Although the results indicate that measures of discounting of the different commodities at the first administration were predictive of rates of discounting 12 weeks later, it was not always the case that the absolute rates of discounting remained the same.
Despite the absolute rates, just about all categories are showing declines in the first-time delinquency metric.
Given the low level of absolute rates, real yields are currently negative for index-linked bonds in the euro area, US and UK running through to 2013, 2015, and 2017, respectively.
Financial experts have taught us something else as well, however; for as important as the absolute rates of taxation are, they are nothing without credibility and transparency.
Although the absolute rates will be a little lower than anticipated at the beginning of the downturn, it will still offer significant scope for ingredient suppliers.