total shareholder return


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total shareholder return (TSR)

the nominal capital growth (share price increase plus dividends) that would have been achieved by a shareholder over a specified time period assuming all dividends were reinvested. The TSR of a company is used as a comparative measure of that company's financial performance against other companies. See EXECUTIVE SHARE OPTION SCHEME, LONG-TERM INCENTIVE PLAN, SHARE PRICE INDEX.

total shareholder return (TSR)

the nominal capital growth (share price increase plus dividends) that would have been achieved by a shareholder over a specified time period assuming all dividends were reinvested. The TSR of a company is used as a comparative measure of that company's financial performance against other companies. See EXECUTIVE SHARE OPTION SCHEME, LONG-TERM INCENTIVE PLAN, SHARE PRICE INDEX.
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