Anticipated Growth Rate

Anticipated Growth Rate

The return rate on a bond fund (a mutual fund in which most or all securities represented in it are bonds) based upon the weighted average maturity of the bonds represented in the fund. The anticipated growth rate assumes all dividends are reinvested and the underlying bonds are held to maturity. See also: Anticipated Value at Maturity.
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The anticipated growth rate for the fourth quarter is 5.8 percent.
"While developing the logistical support for the technical testing strategy of these vehicles, RTA gave due consideration to the provision of trained technical staffs, the use of technology-aided testing, and the anticipated growth rate of these vehicles.
There is an anticipated growth rate of 20% or more for the first few years with a goal to become a significant local manufacturer over time.
"Focus should be laid on rationalisation of public expenditures so as to reach the 3% anticipated growth rate."
Putting the anticipated growth rate at 25 percent for the sector for 2016, the agency added that it expects the volume for Islamic banks to remain higher than this rate.
The anticipated growth rate was 8- 8.5 per cent which was possible to achieve.
But an anticipated growth rate is just one measure to determine investment readiness.
Demand estimates for 2013 were kept mostly unchanged, with an anticipated growth rate of about 800,000 barrels a day, or 0.9 percent, to 89.6 million.
This industry has proven long ago to be a strong growing business; in 2011, the world wide duty free business reached US$46 billion in revenue, and the anticipated growth rate for 2012 is 5%-10%'.
15.6% anticipated growth rate for Hispanic population 2012-17 (compared to 2.8% for non-Hispanics and 4.9% of the overall population)
China's anticipated growth rate of 7.5 percent, a rate that would be welcomed by most nations, could signal new adjustments and costs: environmental protections; higher minimum wage; and investments in education, pensions and other social programs to reduce inequality.
The study indicated industry employment (including temporary labor, which is not included in BLS industry employment numbers) grew 1.45% over the past 12 months, surpassing its anticipated growth rate of 1.3%.