High Watermark

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High Watermark

The highest value of a benchmark over a certain period of time. High watermarks are mainly used to calculate bonuses for fund managers. That is, a manager may receive a bonus only if his investment decisions earn more than a certain percentage over the high watermark for a previous period.
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But amid the high watermarks of Milk, Mystic River and The Tree Of Life, he's also provided some of the most outrageously hammy turns of the new century.
The obsession with Western thrills and spills robs Resident Evil 6 of the innovation and imagination that made previous high watermarks in the series so compelling.
High watermarks of market risks that stopped the gold quotes' decline on the back of market collapse will be observed in the long term.
Across the industry, nearly 72 percent of all hedge funds experienced capital inflows for the quarter, while nearly two-thirds of all funds have reached their high watermarks in the trailing 12 months.
We also opened up the opportunity for performance fees using high watermarks and clawbacks in the future.
The current restrictions of the market have also resulted in a fall in construction output, with 61% less expenditure in Q1 2010 on private commercial construction works and 66% less on private industrial construction works, from their respective high watermarks in Q2 2007 and Q4 2005.
Father Ted 1995-1998 One of the high watermarks of situation comedy, this series ran to 25 hilarious episodes before coming to an end after the death of Dermot Morgan, the actor who played the title role.
The Alpha RISC chip's backers were strutting new performance high watermarks for the RISC chip at PC Expo this week, along with new packaging they hope will make it easier and more attractive for companies to adopt.
High watermarks of market risks that stopped the gold quotes' decline against the backdrop of collapse in the markets will be observed in the long term.
High watermarks of market risks stopped the gold quotes' decline against the backdrop of collapse in the markets will be observed in the long term.
Moody's downgraded 15 leading banks and thus again reminded market players of high watermarks of risk existing in the global banking system and economy as a whole.