Run Rate


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Run Rate

The estimation of future financial data that assumes present trends continue. For example, if a company earns $1 million in a month, it may announce $12 million estimated annual earnings according to the run rate. This can be very inaccurate, particularly if a company's performance is seasonal.
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The lowered run rate is still 5 per cent higher than the 173,000 bpd utility rate in the same period of 2014, the company said.
Whereas the defending champions, Mumbai Indians are yet to find a proper foothold in the gam, winning the last game against Southern Express only because of a good batting show by their batsmen, improving their net run rate to +0.
England currently have a better run rate than South Africa and the West Indies, so if all three finish on six points Michael Vaughan's team would go through.
The same applied in the north-Cheshire derby between Compstall (240-5) and Marple, who went through on run rate after reaching 91-4 from 15 overs.
NTB has established a 12 month price target of $18 per share or 6 times estimated year end run rate revenues.
Australia began their assault on a target of 179 knowing their run rate was far inferior to that of Brian Lara's side.
That will leave both teams with 42 points and the final standings will be determined by run rate.
The higher a company's run rate, the earlier it will need to seek shareholder authorization for an increase in its share pool.
The Mumbai Indians finished equal on 10 points, the same as Otago, with a net run rate of +1.
South Korea's third-largest crude oil refiner S-Oil is considering lowering its January crude run rates by at least 10 per cent due to weakening refining margins, a company source said.
But if they lose, then both India and England will end up with seven points and it will come down to net run rate.
With one game left to play, against the West Indies, either a win or a narrow defeat should see them through on net run rate.