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Write-Back

An increase in the value of an asset after a previously made write down, which is a record of a decrease in value. A write-back may have capital gains tax implications, as higher value generally translates to higher taxes.
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This was helped by the EUR34m writeback of "badwill" that was gained when Air France bought KLM for under its shareholder value.
The loss before taxation, exceptional items and the writeback of goodwill was pounds 140,966 compared to pounds 147,523.
FS&OP Manager provides a fresh approach to traditional S&OP by balancing forward-looking supply and demand at any level of the product hierarchy combined with interactive what-if scenario workflows, approvals and decision writeback to operational systems.
In accordance with the clawback provisions in the investment management agreement, the NAV reflects the writeback of US$1,557,777 in respect of performance fees generated in previous periods.
While Pivot tables in Excel are read-only, Palo users will have the option to writeback values from Excel directly to Palo's OLAP cubes.
Mr Howard said the pounds 36 million loss on the sale, which includes a goodwill writeback of pounds 24 million, will be charged as an exceptional item in the annual results and would not have a material impact on gearing.
a net writeback of reserves, strong net interest income and impressive loan growth.
With their large writeback cache memories and user-defined instructions, the 4KEm and 4KEp Pro cores will enable IC designers to optimize the performance and battery life of portable digital devices.
Features such as code compression, larger writeback cache memories and extensive clock gating give SOC designers the flexibility to optimize their applications by maximizing performance or minimizing power consumption, making the 4KE cores an ideal solution for a wide range of cutting-edge applications, from ultralow-power mobile devices to high-performance broadband networking products.
The EEV tax movement also benefited from a writeback, in excess of [pounds]4m, in respect of a tax provision relating to 2007 within the UK Business.
The highly configurable family of MIPS32 4KE cores, with features such as code compression, larger writeback cache memories and extensive clock gating, gives system-on-chip (SoC) designers even more flexibility to optimize their applications by maximizing performance or minimizing power consumption.