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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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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.
Anticipated growth rates are projected through to 2014 with real GDP expected to enjoy healthy growth and gather real momentum in 2012 with
Initial funding plans anticipated growth rates of 6 percent annually, a number this town has hit only once in the past decade.
Given the anticipated growth rates for digital storage, the time to begin has already passed.
The spectrum and mix of coated paper grades is expected to change accordingly to meet expected worldwide market needs, with the greatest anticipated growth rates of about 6% for woodfree coated grades and commercial printing papers.
Each quarter, the Report provides economic outlooks, investment conditions, anticipated growth rates, income potential and noteworthy transactions for major metropolitan cities and key smaller markets.
This year we anticipated growth rates of up to 10 percent in the new federal states.
The report also provides a snapshot of key competition, past market trends with forecasts over the next 5 years, anticipated growth rates and the principal factors driving and impacting growth.
Historical, as well as future anticipated growth rates and market sizes will also be discussed.
Each quarter, the Report provides economic outlooks, investment conditions, anticipated growth rates, income potential, and noteworthy transactions for major metropolitan cities and key smaller markets.
The developed markets of North America and Europe are expected to witness flat growth for the next five years, whereas the developing markets of Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, and Africa are the dynamic regions with anticipated growth rates of between X to X per cent.
Growth company CEOs have scaled back their anticipated growth rates for year-end to 24.