Lagging


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Lagging

Strategy used by a firm to stall payments, normally in response to exchange rate projections.

Lagging

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'Rethinking Lagging Regions' highlights the important role that EU's Cohesion Policy plays in addressing regional inequalities.
He added that banks were lagging behind others because of low efficiency levels caused by high labour and service costs.
The coefficient of 1 day lag (spot lagging behind futures, [[beta].sub.-1]), being significant at 1 percent level was witnessed to be maximum for ACC (0.352) and minimum for India Cements (-0.642).
The book has two major sections; the first part, comprising six chapters, is about the challenges of growth in the lagging regions while the second part, having three chapters, suggests some new approaches for policy interventions to alleviate poverty.
They were able to quickly extinguish the blaze, which caused fire damage to the pipe lagging and electrics and smoke damage to the garage.
The results are mostly negative, due to the problem of lagging (or smoothing).
tells students that the focus of discussion is not to find out one or two more answers to the question as to why China is lagging behind in science development, or to determine which factors are more important than others.
That forced frequent downtime to replace shredded sections of belts or blown pulley lagging.
That approval is lagging a bit because of the strike last spring, but Fior says an approval is expected in the near future.
They also usually present historical or "lagging" indicators of a company's health.
Pipes in an outside toilet and pipes leading to garden taps also need lagging.
The lag operator has the effect of lagging time dependent variables by one unit of time.