Overshooting


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Overshooting

The tendency of a pool of MBS to reflect an especially high rate of prepayments the first time it crosses the threshold for refinancing, specially if two or more years have passed since the date of issue without the weighted average coupon of the pool crossing the refinancing threshold.
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Among the incidents were Air India Express and Spice Jet aircraft overshooting the runway in Mangaluru and Surat airports respectively on June 30, a tail tip incident of an aircraft of Air India Express at Kozhikode airport, SpiceJet aircraft overshooting the runway in Mumbai airport and a SpiceJet aircraft's hard landing in Kolkata airport on July 1.
While true "hot towers" have not been observed, the existence of large ice crystals associated with slightly diluted overshooting convection (i.e., "hottish towers") may prove useful for tropical cyclone forecasting and provide additional insight into how the energy budget of the tropics is maintained.-- Christopher J.
But counting only the direct effect, the increase in the price of oil caused inflation to hit 4.01 percent, overshooting the midpoint target of 3 percent and just enough to breach the target range of 2 to 4 percent.
Since runway length is only 3,000 feet, the aircraft hit the boundary wall after overshooting. No one was hurt.
But not all countries are equally to blame for overshooting our natural budget.
The idea of overshooting to make up for past periods of slow price growth evokes what economists term "price-level targeting," where central banks aim for a specific level of prices rather than a yearly inflation rate.
Investigators of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines will investigate the cause of the overshooting, according to Asperas.
Overshooting zones are one of the most commonly misdiagnosed types of problems, because the root cause is not always clear.
FAA is investigating the cause of Phenom 300 jet overshooting the runway The FAA is investigating the cause of jet overshooting the runway at an airport in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The incident comes less than two weeks after a Tu-104 jet crashed into a highway after overshooting the runway at Moscow's Vnukovo Airport.
An aircraft overshooting the runway onto an EMAS bed often sustains moderate to severe damage, but usually a fatal accident of the kind which took place on Saturday is averted.