This highlights what is known as "the portfolio effect
," making it more reasonable for European financial companies to move to other assets outside Europe, hence further depressing the euro.
We are confident, however, that the portfolio effect
of our diverse, substantially contract-based business model will nonetheless enable the group to continue to make progress.
In developing a framework that appraisers can use for incorporating historical transactions and that includes portfolios of assets, the first step is to consider the potential for a portfolio effect
It has always managed the individual exposures, but now assesses the portfolio effect
of this risk, together with other significant risks.
Where the depressing effect on organizational performance of organizational misfit is counteracted by some other portfolio factor buoying performance, this can be termed a portfolio effect
During normal periods, the portfolio effect
dominates and diversity reduces unemployment.
Dominguez find that pure intervention has a statistically detectable portfolio effect
, but that the effect is not large when the intervention is not announced.
In return, growth in these resource options gives us added flexibility when managing the variable output from renewable power, essentially creating a portfolio effect
that strengthens grid reliability.
It's called the portfolio effect
or, in less esoteric circles, chicken or beef.
The absence of a portfolio effect
from the money demand function is more difficult to motivate pedagogically because of the need to derive and discuss the adding-up conditions.
The ratings also consider that the three phases of CSF are effectively located at one large site subject to a single wind regime, eliminating any benefits of a portfolio effect
Supply Risk: Energy production may fall below the sponsor's projections due to lower than expected wind conditions at a single site project that does not benefit from a portfolio effect