5 return rate
"could have an adverse impact on (the PERS) annual financial audit.
It can be known from the descriptive statistics and analysis above that Stochastic Oscillator has the highest average return rate
, followed by Bollinger Bands and RSI, and OBV has the relatively poor performance.
The current findings suggest that addressing the factors that contribute to low return rates
, including lack of information about the importance of returning, forgetting to return, and difficulties getting to the clinic, can lead to significant improvement in return rates
after taking into account capitalization of interests--32.
In an earlier study, when education was provided to Missouri parents (in the form of brochures) nurses and doctors reported an improvement in the follow-up return rate
over a 3-year period despite not achieving the 70% benchmark for individual screening programmes in Missouri during that period.
posted a return rate
for fixed-income portfolio management of 83 percent, according to Pensions and Investments magazine's Piper Managed Domestic Intermediate Duration Managed Fixed Income ranking.
The die has been operating at a scrap rate of less than 3% and a casting return rate
However, these authors also found that economic variables had higher levels of significance in the presidential party return rate
equation than in the presidential party incumbent vote share equation.
The return rate
on beverage containers sold in Nova Scotia is nearly 80%, with 215 million containers returned annually.
Recall rates for 1996 and 1997, the most recent data available, show an 18% return rate
and a 16% return rate
, respectively, for those two years.
Among the numbers to count in addition to purchases: number of visitors, frequency of particular visitors, abandonment rates, time on the site and return rate
The General Accounting Office, Congress' non-partisan investigative arm, says the 55 percent return rate
reported by Census Day, April 1, "is consistent with the Bureau's expectations for this date.