Residual Return

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Residual Return

Return independent of the benchmark. The residual return is the return relative to beta times the benchmark return. To be exact, an asset's residual return equals its excess return minus beta times the benchmark excess return.

Residual Return

A return on an investment that is independent of the investment's benchmark. It is calculated as follows:

Residual return = Excess return - (Benchmark's excess return * beta).
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Using CRSP daily returns, we estimate idiosyncratic volatility or the standard deviation of daily residual returns, where residual returns are errors from a daily four-factor model.
large difference between absolute and residual returns, while a liquid
The holders of equity interest, as a group, do not possess the power to direct the activities of the company through voting rights; the obligation to absorb expected losses or the right to receive expected residual returns (management derives the expected losses and expected residual returns based on the estimated cash flows); and disproportionate voting rights in comparison to economic interest.
Fail to receive the pro-rated share of the entity's expected residual returns.
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This suggests that past residual returns have an influence on current EAFE returns.
Since the Mann-Whitney test is one-tailed, the observed positive test statistics in Table 2 indicate a non-directional shift in the event period residual returns distribution.
Sometimes individuals form an enterprise not in anticipation of handsome residual returns, but rather for their own use.
Interpretation 46 changes that by requiring a variable interest entity to be consolidated by a company if that company is subject to a majority of the risk of loss from the variable interest entity's activities or entitled to receive a majority of the entity's residual returns or both.
Exhibit B-Allocation of Residual Gains & Expected Losses Expected Recipient-Gains Performance Residual Residual returns (2) losses (3) Equity (R) Lessee (M) Bank Outstanding $7,575 $7,575 Very good $7,150 $7,150 Good $14,175 $14,175 Poor ($5,700) Very poor ($13,275) Extremely poor ($9,925) $28,900 ($28,900) $21,750 $7,150 $0 Performance Expected Recipient-Lessee Equity (R) Lessee (M) Bank Outstanding Very good Good Poor ($5,700) Very poor ($13,275) Extremely poor ($9,925) $0 ($18,975) ($9,925)
assessing the expected losses and expected residual returns associated