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Aggregation

Process in corporate financial planning whereby the smaller investment proposals of each of the firm's operational units are aggregated and effectively treated as a whole.

Aggregation

1. A composite report of all futures positions held by a single trader. Aggregations are used to ensure that reports are accurate and regulations are followed.

2. In corporate financial planning, the combination of several, small investments such that they are treated as one, large investment.
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The second assumption is that any difference in the price level elasticity of aggregate demand for this paper arises only from either the real balance or interest rate effect, with the corollary being that the price level sensitivity of the balance of trade is assumed equal for aggregate demand curves of different price level elasticities.
Athabasca Minerals operates the Susan Lake and Poplar Creek aggregate operations, which for the last fiscal year supplied 7.
The Float Adjusted Index family will soon be expanded to other Aggregate Index benchmarks such as the Global Aggregate, Sterling Aggregate and Asian Pacific Aggregate by adjusting for quantitative easing programs and known government holdings in other markets outside of the US.
and a legislative director for the CMRA in California adds that using more recycled aggregates will help the California economy.
After processing in the attrition unit, aggregate sand is sent to the crossflow classifier (Fig.
Don Belisle, general manager of the City of Greater Sudbury public works department, says the city relies on local supplies of aggregate for its projects, although he does not have exact figures on how much aggregate is used in city construction projects.
Most concrete recycling operations crush everything that comes in, and state highway engineers are concerned about the quality of the aggregates that made up the original concrete--whether there was air entrainment, perhaps alkali silica reactivity problem, etc.
Thus, this paper describes the efficacy of selected aggregate liberation methods to liberate aggregates from Vertosol samples and discusses the perceived degree of aggregate deformation and alteration produced by the aggregate liberation methods.
However, the audit guide states that even if a preparer disaggregates this information for evaluation purposes, the auditor should not establish more than one opinion unit for the aggregate opinion unit.
Fior D'Italia did not dispute the IRS's facts, estimates or determinations, but simply challenged the Service's authority to use an aggregate estimate of tips for FICA tax purposes.
They found that aggregate daily exposures for chlorpyrifos ranged from 13.
In the wholesale sector, a substantial decline in stocks in April more than offset a sizable increase in March, and the aggregate stock--sales ratio for the sector fell further over the March-April period.