Dollar return

Dollar return

The return realized on a portfolio for any evaluation period, including (1) the change in market value of the portfolio and (2) any distributions made from the portfolio during that period.

Dollar Return

The dollar amount of the rate of return over a given period of time. For example, suppose one invests $100,000 and these investments return 6% in its first year. The dollar return on this portfolio for this year is $6,000 (6% of $100,000 over a year).
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The Mexican stock exchange has had record performances, averaging a dollar return of nearly 50 percent a year since Salinas took office.
I've asked the AFA Board of Directors to sponsor a policy study on old-growth, because too much of today's old-growth debate is in either/or terms - either harvest the remaining inventory as fast as possible and get those lands into intensive second-growth management for top dollar return, or throw up a wilderness boundary and dont' let anyone touch the stuff.
The Emerald Update will feature an additional presentation by Mr Aisthorpe on gross margins and the dollar return per millimetre of water within central Queensland farming systems while the Biloela Update will include a detailed presentation on the biology, management and glyphosate resistance implications of sowthistle by Paul McIntosh.
Many estimates show that companies engaged in a health and wellness program can get a three to fifteen dollar return for each dollar spent.
Aurora has also played an important role, with their Annual Report confirming a $23.3 million dollar return to the Government slightly below the budget forecast due to Aurora funding the Special Energy Bonus which helped tens of thousands of Tasmanians with their energy bills.
With a continuing trade deficit, and currency on a free float, a foreigner is rather unlikely to risk investing in a domestic can opener factory, unless he was guaranteed a 30 per cent dollar return by the state; the benchmark set by the power sector.
Many companies realize that for every dollar spent in training, processes, and mechanical efforts to improve reliability, there is typically a $5-10 dollar return to the bottom line.
We have already seen a $180 million dollar return on our work to save the Southwest Chief.
Abnormal Dollar Return (in 2016 millions of dollars): Calculated by multiplying market capitalization on Day -2 by the acquisition announcement or cumulative abnormal return (CAR) (-1, + 1).
Deputy Country Director of ACF, Mohammad Aamir said that ACF was providing treatment to malnourished children and women beside working to eradicate its root-causes.He said there was a dire need to educate the farmers for qualitative and quantitative production methods so that the people could get all required nutrients from their primary foods.'Every one dollar spent ending hunger delivers up to a 16 dollar return to the society,' he added.
They added exchange rate fluctuations would settle after conclusion of the elections, but there is no chance of dollar return to its pre-devaluation position after shedding 20 percent in last seven months.
In 2013, when China first proposed the Belt and Road initiative, the country was sitting on $4 trillion in foreign-exchange reserves, which were earning a very low dollar return (less than 1 per cent a year).