positive leverage

positive leverage

See leverage.

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Therefore, such approaches could be positive leverage of sustainable development or impediment to it," he argued.
When your managers care about your business more than you do, that's when you know you're experiencing positive leverage.
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.
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.
People today are much more cap-rate oriented, much more focused on positive leverage from the get-go.
Fidel Castro knows this all too well, even as European governments pretend to exercise positive leverage over his regime.
Interest rates remain at the bottom of historic trends, which assists buyers in making transactions and often gives them positive leverage and a higher return.
The report posited that craft brewers like Redhook and Hart are willing to spend aggressively to expand their distribution "because existing distribution systems can accommodate a finite number of craft beers [and] those that spent to achieve distribution earlier, such as Boston Beer and Pete's, are enjoying positive leverage in their cost structures.
If possible, buy at a discount-to-replacement cost and at capitalization rates that afford some near-term potential of obtaining positive leverage.