Market return

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Market return

Market Return

In Markowitz Portfolio Theory, the return on a theoretical portfolio of all assets in the world where the portfolio is weighted for value.
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Obviously, the same can be said about using rental comparables to arrive at market rent or market rates of return.
Investors worldwide are increasingly seeking investment opportunities that promise to bring environmental and social benefits, in addition to market rates of return.
It is another opportunity for private capital to earn market rates of return, while supporting sustainable and low-carbon growth in the continent, says Donald Kaberuka, President, African Development Bank Group.
Experts say things that can trigger impairment are a significant fall in the asset's market value and adverse changes in the technological, market, economic or legal environment in which the company operates; changes in the market rates of return or market capitalisation; obsolescence or damage to the asset; significant change in the way the asset is used; and worse-than-expected performance of the asset.
The field of impact investing has grown exponentially in recent years as large philanthropic organizations and socially-minded investors increasingly invest in non-profit and for-profit enterprises that can yield not only social returns-such as healthy food access, educational advances, environmental preservation and economic development-but also financial returns in the form of market rates of return on their investments.
Note that this could represent differences in overall market rates of return, costs, astuteness in investing, or combinations thereof.
They came to rely on predictable stock market rates of return and assumed there was a baseline they could count on.
Repos have earned near market rates of return, but because of the pilot's scope and the current, limited legislative authority under which it operates, the repo participants, collateral, trading terms, and trading arrangements are restricted.
55-to-64 age group--an increase causes extra demand for investment and consumer durable goods which tends to increase market rates of return including the dividend yield on the S&P 500.
The switching strategy was based on measuring the momentum of the stock market rates of return of various industry sectors in the United States.
Like most traditional banks, Self-Help offers its customers savings and money market accounts as well as certificates of deposit (CDs) and individual retirement accounts (IRAs)--all federally insured and offering market rates of return or better.
Yet, in order to generate market rates of return for shareholders in competitive markets, companies have to either charge higher prices, pay employees less, or move to a lower cost location.