Equation (5) shows the market risk premium as computed by ex-ante population parameters; the expected rates of return
and the covariances among the stochastic rate of returns.
For MRSK regional branches that switched to RAB from 2009 and 2010 as well as for FSK, the previously established regulatory rates of return
for the first three years of RAB implementation, are due to remain unchanged.
Third Alternative: If European and Japanese rates of return
on capital are raised to or near U.
If this is indeed the case, then the net increment to the government of investing the trust fund in equities on an ongoing basis presumably would be less than the historical rates of return
Specifically, the rate of inflation is not a constant and, although included in the rates of return
for each investment category in the Barron's data, the rate of return for an investment traditionally lags behind changes in the rate of inflation.
Table 1 shows rates of return
for USDIA and FDIUS based on market value and on current cost compared with a market rate of return for all U.
Except for the 1933-36 period, the Falmouth had similar rates of return
even though the interval between sales varied significantly: Seventy-four, six and forty-six years for the first, second, and fourth transactions, respectively.
The derived rate of return provides a measure that can be compared to rates of return
on other financial instruments.
An alternate stochastic financial result is the distribution of potential annual rates of return
given a fixed settlement price.
Some 78 percent of the companies lowered their expected rates of return
in 2003, with the median expected rate of return at 8.
This imbalance can only be redressed by lifting the rates of return
on capital in Europe and Japan and in no other way.
Proper tax planning gives individual investors the opportunity to increase their rates of return
without increasing risk.