positive leverage

positive leverage

See leverage.

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Comparing results for the first half of 2018 to the first half of 2017, we are realizing positive leverage from our larger balance sheet and our asset quality metrics continue to improve.
All the macro/micro-market indicators here flash buy signal, including positive leverage in the cost of home finance.
But another way to influence the other side is through "positive leverage." That means offering ways to make the deal sweeter if the other side cooperates, such as better long-term demand visibility enabling the supplier to produce in larger more efficient quantities or sharing cost savings from joint value analysis/ value engineering sessions.
It is all about changing from lazy to positive leverage."
When your managers care about your business more than you do, that's when you know you're experiencing positive leverage."), there are many specifics to help any business reader learn the basics of what drives success.
Bhandari, [10] identified positive leverage and cross sectional average return relation.
Here in the UK we have followed the example of North America, whereby positive leverage in terms of private-sector investment is stimulated, following upon initial upfront Government funding.
"Our strategy for 28 West 44th Street has four components: First, by taking advantage of the low interest rate environment we immediately create positive leverage. Second, our capital improvement campaign will create a more appealing workplace, allowing us to better reap the benefits of this Class A location.
Using positive leverage means offering the other party something it wants or removing something it does not want.
The climate in which interest rates are lower than cap rates is called a positive leverage market--the more one borrows, the higher the return on investment.

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