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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 NextEra Energy Partners portfolio ended the year with adjusted EBITDA and CAFD run rates in line with the expectations previously shared for Dec.
South Korean refiners are cutting their run rates by around 10%; normally their run rates are 95-100%," said a refining source, attributing the fall to narrower margins.
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.
The A3 system package is compatible with Microsoft Works or Office 2000, including Access, Excel and Word, to compare and download inventory run rates, run status and target vs.
Instead of examining home run totals directly, we use home run rates in the z-score calculation.
The median run rates are down slightly for Fortune 100, Fortune 250 and Fortune 500, as companies continue to shift from granting stock options to full value shares.
To the extent the content of this press release includes forward-looking statements, they involve various risks and uncertainties including the successful integration of acquired businesses and revenue run rates.
Although there can be no assurances, we believe that these run rates can be maintained for the full fiscal year, and that additional content and other features on EZ-Tracks should help us exceed them.
Based on the customers' current production run rates, revenues from these agreements are projected at $7 million over the coming twelve months.
Stock Option Award Size, Equity Plan Authorizations and Run Rates also Impacted
chairman and chief executive officer of interWAVE, commented, "We understand that our auditors' emphasis is focused on the Company's cash needs for this fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, based on our expense run rates, revenues and the current difficulties in the telecommunications market.