investment ratios

investment ratios

ratios which are used to assess the performance of a company's shares, for example, PRICE EARNINGS RATIO, EARNINGS PER SHARE and EARNINGS YIELD. In addition to being of great interest to the ordinary shareholders, investment ratios are also of interest to potential investors, analysts and competitors.
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Due to low savings and investment ratios, Pakistan's current account deficit is now projected to widen to 5% of GDP - higher than last year's level of 4.1%.
However, the capital market capitalization and investment ratios are low.
Hypothesis 1: There is a significant difference between investment ratios calculated under Chinese GAAP (IFRS) (*) and investment ratios calculated under the U.S.
This includes determination of investment ratios for certain products (product limit) suitable for market environment and relevant investment policies, and cancellation of product limit for general mutual funds;
Without exchange rate policy, tackling todays current account deficit and low investment ratios will require real improvements in productivity and adjustments in public spending, both of which take time but also have a more durable impact on competitiveness.
After 31 iterations, we obtain the distributive investment ratios among 20 risky assets, which are reported in Table 2.
Key strengths of the Indian economy such as stable growth prospects supported by impressive savings and investment ratios, high degree of political stability and sound institutions, deep capital markets, strong and competitive private sector and significant foreign capital inflows make India an attractive destination for foreign investments.
In this study we first employ a random level-shift autoregressive model to quantify the shift in investment ratios of four Asian economies hit by the 1997-1998 Asian financial crisis: Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, and Thailand.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's government has struggled to stem a decline in India's savings and investment ratios.
were to approach Brazil's trend growth of 3.5%; and (3) investment ratios
Despite the increase in worker remittances since 2009, growth has been weak given the low and declining investment ratios, which Moody's says will fall to 14% of GDP in 2012 from 16% in 2007.
"India's key strengths include the strong and stable growth prospects supported by high savings and investment ratios coupled with robust domestic demand.
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