current margin

current margin

[′kər·ənt ‚mär·jən]
(communications)
Difference between the steady-state currents flowing through a telegraph receiving instrument corresponding respectively to the two positions of the telegraph transmitter.
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Fitch's base case scenario expects softer, albeit still robust, budgetary indicators for Porto in 2017, with a current margin around 15% and the capital account partly funded with debt.
Its slightly dilutive impact on Eutelsat's EBITDA margin will be absorbed within the current margin objectives, a statement said.
The facility's interest is at a rate of LIBOR plus a current margin of 2.
Our plan for the acquisition is to increase the revenue by USD 1m from [this] book and further, increase the current margin by 3 to 5 percent," said Wiley.
The more adventurous financial investors may take the opportunity to enter the market; however, the current margin squeeze, low oil prices, and sluggish demand could suppress some investors' appetites.
There will be a new level of player and competition, and a new path to market that will unravel the current margin stack.
Party ratings of Congress fluctuate from month to month, partly because of the smaller sample sizes of each partisan group in each month's survey, but the current margin between Republicans and Democrats is the largest since the GOP controlled both houses in 2006.
Here's the current margin snapshot for Vodafone Group and some of its sector and industry peers and direct competitors.
leaves by adjusting the current margin of preference.
Pakistan would restore the same level of competitiveness as agreed before for Sri Lankan betel leaves by adjusting the current margin of preference.
In order to maintain current margin levels, ENTSO-E notes that before 2020 European generation capacity will have to increase by about 70 GW.
Financial information group Moneyfacts said the current margin of 3.