Should rates of return
rise in the future, the future selling price of the asset (reversion) would be lower than if current rates prevail.
Among the principal results of the research are: that both private and social rates of return
are positive and "respectable", that additional investments in education exhibit diminishing returns, that females' rates of return
exceeds males', that private rates of return
exceed social returns and, not least, that rates of return
to higher education have increased over the decade between 1981 and 1991.
At the private level, the calculated rates of return
are 14.6 percent per year for men and 14.5 percent per year for women.
The risk of not discovering multiple internal rates of return
is greatest where an iterative process is used which seeks only a single solution.
Regression analysis is used to show how these differences in quality are reflected in differences in price, but not in differences in rates of return
Last week the FTS published on its web site draft orders for regulatory rates of return
on regulatory asset bases (RAB) until 2015.
He added, 'Record net rates of return
in the fourth quarter of 2006 reinforces hopes that business investment will be able to extend the substantially improved performance seen.'
The rates of return
and risk measures are the most important characteristics that describe the financial instruments, thus, they are analyzed by investors.
In section 3 they then discuss how rates of return
estimates might be useful for policy-makers, and in particular how those who are trying to understand and meet the skill needs of different sectors of the economy might use such information.
The average rates of return
reported for buy-to- let investments were 11.8pc for investment property bought outright and 22.3pc for property geared with a 75pc mortgage.