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High Return

A higher-than-normal amount of revenue an investment generates over a given period of time as a percentage of the amount of capital invested. There is no hard-and-fast definition of high return; it is compared to other return rates. In general, an investment that generates a high return usually has a high level of risk.
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ATHENS: Two years after nearly crashing out of the euro zone, Greece returned to the bond market yesterday with investors hungry for high returns scooping up its debt in a three-billion-euro deal that could mark the beginning of the end of its bailout.
You can earn high returns in the stock market, but not consistently.
MUSCAT | The Central Bank of Oman (CBO) is getting tough with operators of Ponzi schemes and those offering high returns to gullible investors in the Sultanate.
Palisades delivers high returns by identifying investment opportunities overlooked by conventional lenders," said William P.
At the same time, the pension fund hopes to receive high returns.
However, with success factors for restaurants being largely intangible -- such as attracting, training, and motivating employees, anticipating and understanding consumer tastes, and a sense for real estate -- it is difficult to sustain these high returns.
KIP's private equity efforts are focused on investing in attractive education business models with high returns on invested capital.
There is a basic rule of economics that should raise a warning flag whenever someone promises high returns and no risk.
When we started growing this fund, we didn't expect such high returns for our investors.
It is poised to do well when the Unites States recovers and represents a logical location for well capitalized investors looking for diversification and high returns.
We are very proud to be selected to provide our custom videoconferencing solutions that will immediately make valuable contributions to JELD-WEN's already top performance while earning rapid and high returns on their DirectView investment.
The area's low vacancies generate high returns for investors.

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