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turnover rate

[′tərn‚ō·vər ‚rāt]
(chemical engineering)
In an industrial catalytic process, a value corresponding to the turnover number per specified unit of time.
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The inventory turnover and fixed asset turnover ratios are significantly higher in U.
inventory turnover ratio, accounts receivable turnover ratio and cost of goods sold to sales.
Just because an investment may have a high turnover ratio or high tax drag doesn't mean it's not a good investment.
We gave different weights to each parameter-40% to mid-cap and small-cap exposure, 30% to portfolio turnover ratio, 20% to cash holding and 10% to volatility in returns.
Total Net Asset (TNA), age, expense ratio and turnover ratio.
Both the medium and the heavy industry groups tend to have better inventory turnover ratios compared to the light industry group (both differences are significant at one percent level).
b) Analysis of data: The analysis has been done on the basis of various indicators like current ratio, absolute liquid ratio, current assets to total assets ratio, inventory turnover ratio, debtor turnover ratio, net working capital turnover ratio, inventory to current assets ratio, receivables to current assets ratio, deposits to current assets ratio, cash & bank to current assets ratio, loans and advances to current assets ratio, etc.
is portfolio turnover ratio of HDFC Top 200, lowest in large- and mid- cap equity category
The receivables turnover ratio indicates how rapidly an enterprise receives payments for goods and services delivered (sales / amounts receivable in one year).
In summary, it is observed that there are two groups of profiles of high profitability: the first one, refers to companies with a moderated leverage but with good ratios of turnover and return on sales (rules 9, 12 and 14); the second one, those with worse asset turnover ratios and return on sales, though assuming higher financial risks while supporting low asset coverage ratios and high leverage (rules 1, 2, 3 and 8).
The inventory turnover ratio lets you look through the data fog to focus on how inventory affects profitability.
Table V shows the abnormal turnover ratios of the stocks added to S&P 500 and their industry and size matching stocks over the announcement window and the effective window.