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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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Awan and Iftekhar (2015) considered market capitalization, stock traded value and stock turnover ratio as proxies for stock market development and M2 as proxy for banking sector development or financial intermediation.
Meric and Meric (1994) find that Japanese manufacturing firms have significantly higher inventory turnover ratios compared with U.
inventory turnover ratio, accounts receivable turnover ratio and cost of goods sold to sales.
Assets located in taxable accounts could include tax managed mutual funds, index funds, ETFs, funds with lower turnover ratios and lower tax drag and municipal bonds, whereas higher returning and less tax efficient investments should be held in tax deferred accounts.
Edelweiss ELSS Fund scored the most because of high average turnover ratio (325) in the past three years.
Total Net Asset (TNA), age, expense ratio and turnover ratio.
Independent variable: 1--Assets turnover ratio 2--Operation expenses ratio to sales 3--Agency costs
Keywords : Monetary policy, Insulation hypothesis, Leverage, Net working capital, Turnover ratios JEL Classification: E44, E50, E52, G30, G31
The operational I efficiency has been analyzed with the help of indicators which reflect the efficiency in the use of working of capital and its components, the indicators used are Inventory Turnover Ratio (ITR) i.
The receivables turnover ratio indicates how rapidly an enterprise receives payments for goods and services delivered (sales / amounts receivable in one year).
Given the year-on-year surge in the total trading value and the decline in market capitalization, the turnover ratio rose from 7.
On the one hand, the most profitable companies reduce their fixed asset ratios by means of lower tangible asset ratios, which imply that they achieve higher turnover ratio and better levels of efficiency in the production.