recovery rate


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Recovery rate

Amount recovered through foreclosure or bankruptcy procedures in event of a default, expressed as a percentage of face value.

recovery rate

see ABSORPTION RATE.
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The resources are utilised in a sustainable manner and the recovery rate is record high, which benefit the employees and the financing of the Norwegian welfare state.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- An official at the National Iranian Oil Company said NIOC plans to examine all the country's oil and gas reservoirs in a bid to carry out the needed checks for implementing improved recovery rate projects in them.
The brief notes that the average recovery rate increased from 63% in 2009 to 67% in 2010, with approximately 15% of all resolutions resulting in full first-mortgage recoveries, bolstering lenders' confidence in the market and generating a rise in REO sales activity.
The Tampa metro area's recovery rate so far this year has been about 46 percent, according to a Real Capital Analytics report.
5% recovery rate was an improvement on the previous year's 67% recovery rate.
The results are presented for the oil recovery rate as well as the oil recovery efficiency.
The mill produced 48,230 ounces of palladium during this year's second quarter at an average recovery rate of 70.
Reclaimers of polyethylene (PET) and high-density polyethylene (HDPE) continue to be plagued by the same problem that has affected the plastics recycling industry for years--a low recovery rate for used containers.
00 The life of The Duna Choapa ore-body is expected to be 17 years with a recovery rate of 60% on Gold Ore.
China's growing demand for recovered paper is the major factor behind the recent announcement by the American Forest & Paper Association of a goal to increase the United States paper recovery rate to 55% from its current 48%.
Belnap's estimated recovery rate, the first to be calculated for such a dry desert area, is surprisingly low, Harper says.
In addition, the regulations allowed an election to accelerate the recovery rate from 10% to 100% for the year for which the election was made and for all later years.