Nearly all companies were concerned with forecasted exposures
; however, only a few were comfortable that they could accurately forecast those.
The first challenge involves programmatic scope--the need to focus the research portfolio on those diseases and exposures
that will optimize the future utility of the research for the greatest impact on human health.
Where the species of macaque is noted, cases of human B-virus infection have all been associated with direct or indirect exposure
specifically to rhesus macaques (14-19).
People who sustained high exposures
over the years were 1.6 times as likely to die of cancer as coworkers with low exposures
, the new study finds.
This can be achieved through what we call "stress tests," in which a bank conducts "what if" analyses of how credit exposures
to a single counterparty could grow under extreme market conditions.
A unique feature of the standard is an exposure
goal program, which encourages employers to reduce exposures
to below the action level.
and foreign multinational corporations are taking a proactive stance in managing their foreign exchange exposure
. Such exposure
includes not only that of a transactional nature, such as when accounts payable for inventory purchases are in a foreign currency, or of a translational nature, such as when foreign assets change in value due to foreign exchange fluctuations, but also those of a structural (or economic) nature.
He had no pets or mold at home, no recent travel, and no environmental tobacco smoke exposures
. He reported no other medical conditions.
Thirteen persons were considered to have had a variety of inhalation exposures
. Four persons mentioned tasting, smelling, breathing, or having the spray blown in their face for 3-5 hours; another four participants referred to their involvement in spraying.
Either way, today's risks require some changes to today's products and some changes in the way we evaluate exposures
Weaknesses in several key elements of the risk-management processes at some creditors and counterparties were magnified by competitive pressures, resulting in risk exposures
that may not have been fully understood or adequately managed.
Do foreign currency exposures
make you feel a bit queasy?