Residuals


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Residuals

(1) Part of stock returns not explained by the explanatory variable (the market index return). Residuals measure the impact of firm-specific events during a particular period. (2) Remainder cash flows generated by pool collateral and those needed to fund bonds supported by the collateral.

SAG Fee

A fee paid to an actor or other performer for a rerun of a program in which he/she was part of the cast. An advertiser or a broadcaster may pay the fee, which is set in a union contract. It is also called a residual fee.
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Process Sludge (Slurry) Residual in the form of slurry is normally pumped from the Ottawa Water Treatment
In general, the distribution of the Pearson residuals deviates from its true distribution by terms of order [n.sup.-1].
Accordingly, it's suggested that further studies should be done in the future regarding the production and management status of industrial wastes in industries located at Montazerieh industrial estate of Isfahan in order to establish an information bank of residuals and wastes.
Moore suspects that an increasing number of digital distribution platforms will hurt the studios, as they have to pay out more and more residuals. "At some point they'll need to put their foots down.
* SAG still has $17 million in unclaimed residuals as part of $83 million in funds held in trust for members, which include so-called foreign levies.
However, it also determined that very little information has been published on the specific subject of utilization of residuals generated from North American composite panels.
For each scenario, they analyzed the modified data with model 1, model 1 *, and a time-specific parameterization of the instantaneous rates (IR) models (Hoenig et al., 1998) and noted any patterns in the residuals matrix that resulted from each particular assumption violation.
The undersigned have processed several million tons of foundry residuals over the last decade from over 100 foundries throughout the Midwest.
Every organization in a supply chain not only has the capability to create residuals, but invariably does so.
This is not the case for equation (8b) where the use of [Mathematical Expression Omitted] as an instrument leads to a "generated instrument" problem, which requires an adjustment to the standard IV variance-covariance matrix estimator, King and Watson [1992].(7) Therefore only the residuals from equation (8a[prime]) are tested for serial correlation.
Almost all suppliers are moving production to g-p crystal grades with less residual monomer to reduce odor and taste.
Thus, workers with above-average wage residuals are expected to be more satisfied (especially with their pay), report lower intention to quit, and to quit less often.