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Weighted

Describing an average in which some values count for more than others. For example, if an index consisting of 10 stocks is weighted for price, this means that the average price of the stocks will move more when the stocks with higher price move. Most indices use weighted averages so "smaller" values do not affect the index inordinately. This helps correct for the fact that averages tend to be affected by extreme values. One of the most common ways of weighting an average is to weight for market capitalization.
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The IBW will be ticketed at `3,000 and will the passes will be available on www.
Surely, the minister should be extending congratulations to IBW who have beaten most of their regional rivals and, more importantly, generated or saved nearly 7,500 jobs at a time when we have lost nearly 50,000 in the Welsh private sector due to the recession?
IBW facilitates a variety of trade missions in the region and will be travelling to Libya in March in order to foster business relations with Welsh companies and their Libyan counterparts.
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Now IBW, as part of a careful asset management and growth strategy, is reaching out to new customers.
According to industry analyst Xavier Ortiz, "The primary drivers for IBW markets are the constantly-growing amount of data traffic, the rapid uptake of smartphones and other data-oriented devices, and consumers' heightened service expectations.
Reportedly, both IBW and CSG segment revenues for Q3 2016 were up year-over-year by 60% and 34%, respectively.
Tom Gruenwald, President and CEO of Westell, will serve as interim General Manager of IBW while the company searches for a replacement.
After overblown criticism of IBW on its expenses and a number of "first-class" flights in the US, it was a casualty of Ieuan Wyn Jones' Economic Renewal Programme last year.
Dame Gillian insisted a "small number" of expenses transactions at IBW clearly breached policy and may result in disciplinary action.