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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New Delhi [India], Sept 21 ( ANI ): Square Yards, a real estate transaction platform aims to achieve a gross transactional value (GTV) annual run rate of USD one billion.
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.
A new system might be introduced for a new product launch, or potentially a new system with an adapter fixture (plus program/debug) may be used for a board that has a high run rate.
Barrow reached 68-4 off 16 overs when the rain arrived, Malpas going through on a faster run rate.
If there was an unusual abundance or absence of prodigious power hitters, every z-score in the league could be understated or overstated because of a very high or low league home run rate.
In early 2000, the run rate reached $75 million a month.
I left the company when it had 7,000 employees and an annualized revenue run rate of $1.
Man of the match Tom Moody smashed an unbeaten 56 from just 29 balls to guide Australia home inside 20 overs - and boosted a run rate that was lagging behind the West Indies, their opponents in a crucial Group B decider at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Run rate in the AXA League is determined by a team's scoring rate per 100 balls compared with that of their opponents.
Meridian found the median annual run rate for Fortune 500 companies was 1.