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Return on Equity

A publicly-traded company's earnings divided by the amount of money invested in stock, expressed as a percentage. This is a measure of how well the company is investing the money invested in it. A high return on equity indicates that the company is spending wisely and is likely profitable; a low return on equity indicates the opposite. As a result, high returns on equity lead to higher stock prices. Some analysts believe that return on equity is the single most important indicator of publicly-traded companies' health. See also: Growth stock.

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Changes in fish roe imports by item###Units: volume = ton, value = Y= million
Tapas fanatics should head for the Waterfront Cafe in a restored coral limestone warehouse on Bridgetown's inner harbour, where the young and gorgeous chow down on fish melts, batter fried flying fish roe, and lime squash while listening to smooth jazz.
Extraction of fish roe for food is a common practice worldwide and includes a diverse array of fish families.
The E.C.'s proposal, which sought to regulate, not ban, the amounts of colorings used in foodstuffs, quite specifically included "fish and crustaceous pastes, fish roe, salmon substitute, surimi, smoked and preserved fish." Negotiations for the directive threw up a number of other baseless scares, notably that British sausages could no longer be pink and that mushy peas would have to be gray.
Each chef prepared more than one dish and four stood out in my books: Margarita's Ukoy Moderna with crab fat mayonnaise Vicky's beef charsiu with adlai, shiitake and heart of palm Woo's black garlic custard with poached lobster, Jinhua ham and fish roe and Luis' foie gras sinigang, which is a favorite in Flame.
Fish roe processors, fish roe technicians, and/or supervisors of fish roe processing; and Workers performing labor or services in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and/or Guam, until Dec.
At the park's Fisherwomen's Food Hall, we enjoyed lunch made by a lady who introduced herself as 'a fisherman's wife.' Our bowl of rice came topped with Shikabe's famous tarako or fish roe. It was rich and salty.
Minced tuna is tumbled with tobiko (flying fish roe), tempura flakes, matchstick cucumber pieces and scallion and topped with a tangle of crunchy fried taro.
Founded by Jewish-Argentinian chef Tomas Kalika, it serves creative takes on classic foods from global Jewish cuisine: everything from sous-vide gefilte fish wrapped in softened strips of carrot and topped with micro greens and fish roe, to Kalika's take on Jerusalem mixed grillwhich, in a nod to molecular gastronomy, pairs the spiced chicken hearts and livers with hummus foam.
The chemical composition of fish roe differs among species and differences are also observed during the gonadal maturation cycle.
They lunched on sugpo, kinamatisang buntot ng tuna, Chinese pig's feet, kalderetang baka, adobong manok, pinakbet, and their favorite, tuna fish roe in coconut cream (bihod sa gata).
My dining partner chose the grilled prawns with wasabi mayonnaise and flying fish roe - we wished there was more mayonnaise added in though as we clearly like our condiments!