Dollar return

Dollar return

The return realized on a portfolio for any evaluation period, including (1) the change in market value of the portfolio and (2) any distributions made from the portfolio during that period.

Dollar Return

The dollar amount of the rate of return over a given period of time. For example, suppose one invests $100,000 and these investments return 6% in its first year. The dollar return on this portfolio for this year is $6,000 (6% of $100,000 over a year).
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However, the US dollar return (which reflects the denomination of most of the portfolio) was 11.
After all, a 125 per cent US dollar return on a strategy idea is our collective "arigato" to Abenomics.
Absent a common metric, simple calculations like the dollar return on a risk-altering investment are impossible.
However, we seem to have collectively forgotten that there is anything other than a dollar return when it comes to our investments.
6 USD per bbl) and increased demand of ruble liquidity, related to the last day of banks averaging the reserves required in CBR, did not let dollar return to the level of 33 RUR; but did not provide any support to the domestic currency as the market participants waited for the release of protocol from FOMC.
We realize several of our customers are behind on this project and this is an alternative to execute those projects as there is an indisputable hard dollar return on vendor management when executed well," said Passageways co-founder Paroon Chadha whose West Lafayette, Ind.
As seen in the table, the coefficient on the excess bond dollar return is significantly negative, consistent with the prediction that part of the gains to stockholders from new CEO equity compensation are transfers of wealth from bondholders.
Many estimates show that companies engaged in a health and wellness program can get a three to fifteen dollar return for each dollar spent.
This results in a dataset of dates (rows) by security dollar return (columns) per period.
Stoyke gives two sets of recommendations: one for carbon misers, or those who simply want the best dollar return for saving on energy costs, and carbon busters, whom he defines as those who want the most effective ways to reduce carbon emissions, no matter what the cost.
With a fresh architectural review of a property's potential, it may be possible to add a significant dollar return by adding several new floors to an existing property.
Each dollar spent brings an eight dollar return because of its positive impact on children, families, education systems, health and social services and plays a role in raising the economic status of women and entire communities.