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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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For roe deer and bighorn, we tested the GOF of a model with time dependence in recapture rates and two age classes (yearling vs.
In male roe deer the increase in the accumulation of gonadal steroidogenic enzymes, estrogen receptors and blood level of LH and testosterone during mating suggests the involvement of steroid hormones in the control of reproductive cycles (Sempere et al.
Seven adult roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) with a weight of 19 to 23 kg which referred to the clinics of our faculty because of traffic accident and firearm injury and could not be saved were formed to materials of the study.
2010 2011 Mar-Aug Sep-Dec animals ([dagger]) Ratio Ratio Ratio Ratio Wild Chamois 260 0/45 0/89 0/21 5/81 ([double dagger]) Roe deer 20 -- 0/6 0/9 -- ([paragraph]) Mouflon (#) 75 -- 0/29 0/21 -- Fetuses Chamois 7 -- -- -- -- Mouflon 1 -- -- -- -- Roe deer 1 -- -- -- -- Domestic ** Cattle 130 -- 0/9 -- 26/30 Sheep 60 -- 0/30 -- 14/30 Goat 13 -- 0/4 -- 2/9 SBV cases Stillborn 4 -- -- -- 0/1 calves Mothers of 4 -- -- -- -- calves Ruminants and SBV SBV serologic testing resul RT- cases qPCR 2012 Sep-Dec ([dagger]) 2013 Prev, % Ratio Prev, % (95% CI) (95% CI) Wild Chamois 6.
The locations of ungulate kills were obtained from the following four different sources: 1) locating roe deer by radio-telemetry (radio-collared deer that were killed by lynx) between 2005 and 2008 (N = 5), 2) locating lynx by radio-telemetry between 2000 and 2008 (prey killed by radio-collared lynx; N = 5), 3) occasionally finding and verifying lynx kills between 1998 and 2008 (N = 59) and 4) locating prey of one adult female and two adult male lynx which were monitored using GPS-telemetry between February and November 2007 and between November 2008 and May 2009 (N = 16).
During the last half of the century roe deer became widespread and it is still expanding in many areas (Fig.
I was edging closer to a greenshank feeding in a pond on the Tees Estuary last week, with my binoculars close to my eyes, when I virtually bumped into two roe deer.
The collected data will be shared by North East researchers at the Ecology Across Borders conference in Ghent, Belgium, today From red foxes, roe deer and badgers to rabbits and grey squirrels and even a racoon in Sunderland, the images provide valuable information on the diversity and distribution of mammals, many of which are nocturnal.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER ACROSS: 7 Rainbow 9 Ethel 10 Cut in 11 Station 12 Duo 13 Accredit 16 Fountain 17 Ego 19 Mud pack 21 Croft 22 Hazel 23 Roe deer DOWN: 1 Precede 2 Virtuoso 3 Oban 4 Cetacean 5 Thai 6 Plonk 8 Wisecracker 13 Annually 14 Iced over 15 Pottery 18 Omaha 20 Daze 21 Chef QUICKIE ACROSS: 1 Home address 8 Saw 9 Was 11 Creased 12 Weigh 13 Odd 14 Moo 15 Firearm 17 Tan 19 Edge 21 Item 23 Tyne 25 Cola 27 Log 29 Premier 31 Amp 34 Fur 36 Relic 37 Undress 38 Two 39 Tee 40 Starstudded 8DA followed DOWN: 1 Hard 2 Owed 3 En suite 4 Dodgem 5 Rower 6 Swim 7 Sago 8 Scout 10 Shove 16 Men 18 Nil 20 Del 22 Tap 24 Yielded 25 Chart 26 Amount 28 Gorse 30 Recur 32 Mews 33 Plot 34 Fete 35 Used
Their absence has since been blamed for an increase in roe deer, their favourite prey.
Lynx were wiped out in the UK about 1,300 years ago by fur hunters and the trust said an absence of medium-sized cats has contributed to an overpopulation of roe deer.
During January-September 2010, hunters collected 297 blood samples from roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) from locations across the Netherlands.