Anticipated Growth Rate

Anticipated Growth Rate

The return rate on a bond fund (a mutual fund in which most or all securities represented in it are bonds) based upon the weighted average maturity of the bonds represented in the fund. The anticipated growth rate assumes all dividends are reinvested and the underlying bonds are held to maturity. See also: Anticipated Value at Maturity.
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In the event of a requirement for additional capacity above this anticipated growth rate, please indicate a discount level below Recommended Retail Price that the MMUH can avail of if required.
But an anticipated growth rate is just one measure to determine investment readiness.
Demand estimates for 2013 were kept mostly unchanged, with an anticipated growth rate of about 800,000 barrels a day, or 0.
This industry has proven long ago to be a strong growing business; in 2011, the world wide duty free business reached US$46 billion in revenue, and the anticipated growth rate for 2012 is 5%-10%'.
45% over the past 12 months, surpassing its anticipated growth rate of 1.
Dropping the anticipated growth rate to a more realistic 3 percent a year means higher monthly bills for residents: $85, instead of $55.
5m with an anticipated growth rate of 30pc a year which will lead to additional jobs as employee numbers increase from 70 to 110.
The anticipated growth rate through that year is less than 1 percent, meaning that total skier visits will be approximately 56 million.
This is in spite of the fact that the market for petrochemicals is likely to remain in good business with an anticipated growth rate of just over five percent in 2011.
Such statements include, but are not limited to, statements made about anticipated growth rate of revenues and expenses at Mid-America's properties, anticipated lease-up (and rental concessions) at development properties, costs remaining to complete development properties, planned disposition, disposition pricing, and planned acquisitions and developments.
Canada Credit Fix predicts its anticipated growth rate to exceed 600% in 2011 and consumer interest over the year however has seen an increased volume of credit repair applications.
The report also provides a snapshot of key competition, past market trends with forecast over the next 5 years, anticipated growth rates and the principal factors driving and impacting growth.