projection period

projection period

The time period of a projection.It might be the next 5 years,it could be the life span of a real estate development from breaking ground to selling out all properties, or it could be one year from today.The projection period is always defined when making projections.

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The Agricultural Act of 2014 is assumed to remain in effect through the projection period.
Mr McCafferty called for a rise once more, judging that inflation could rise further above the Bank's 2% target within the two year projection period, according to the minutes of the rates decision.
32% market share and this trend is estimated to continue over the projection period as well.
But the country's strong net asset position and good credit standing will enable the deficits to be "comfortably" financed over the projection period.
The study explains also that the population pyramid of the Omanis during the projection period moves closer towards achieving the demographic window by the year 2040.
However, the relationship between the price of international natural gas supplies and world oil prices is assumed to weaken later in the projection period, in part because of growth in LNG export capacity.
He noted in the same report that 36 million Brazilians would move from poverty class A, B and C during the five year projection period.
As local demand strengthens, domestic sources of inflationary pressures are expected to build over the projection period, Zawya reports.
More than 500,000 miles of new pipeline and almost 17 million horsepower for new compression and pumping capabilities will be needed for gas, NGL and oil gathering and transport throughout the projection period.
The Rohani Administration predicts 2 percent growth rate for the Persian year ending March 20, 2015, which overlaps the World Bank projection period by nine months.
The revision--which incorporates recently available data and extends the projection period from 2015 to 2030--is available at <http://www.
Because the recession affected sectors and industries differently, the expected employment growth over the projection period reflects the relative effects of the recession as employment growth continues on or returns to long-term trends.