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ROE

Return on Equity

A publicly-traded company's earnings divided by the amount of money invested in stock, expressed as a percentage. This is a measure of how well the company is investing the money invested in it. A high return on equity indicates that the company is spending wisely and is likely profitable; a low return on equity indicates the opposite. As a result, high returns on equity lead to higher stock prices. Some analysts believe that return on equity is the single most important indicator of publicly-traded companies' health. See also: Growth stock.

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The study area is located less than 2 km south of the release site of the 33 founder roe deer (from Boschi di Carrega Regional Park, South-central Po Plain) and the species presence within the area is reported since 1991 (Cravin & Roveda 2003).
A potential focus was defined by the presence of a TBEV SNT-confirmed or PCR-positive roe deer case.
100 x number of roe deer sightings / number of camera trap working days (Kinnaird and O'brien, 2012).
We found the five top generalized linear mixed models when only considering the effect of terrain and vegetation variables, and found three top models (without moose and roe deer) when incorporating other species' presence probability ([P.sub.i]) in the second model, and calculated [[omega].sub.i] for each model.
After detailed examining, it was discovered that poor roe deer was hit by a car.
The RSPCA helped out the roe deer after he trapped his front legs over one side of the tree and his back legs over the other.
The total includes 56 roe deer, 3,901 pigeons 1,161 rabbits, 772 jackdaws, 325 squirrels, 191 crows, 159 foxes, 118 parakeets, 28 hares and three mink.
Scotland has substantial and well-managed populations of roe deer and red deer.
Entitled Project Splatter, it has been running since January and recent updates have included reports and the locations of badger, red deer, roe deer, pheasants, grey squirrel, rabbits and foxes.