delay rate

delay rate

In commercial aviation, the number of delays per 100 scheduled departures. It is a measure of airline punctuality.
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Global Banking News-September 4, 2015--Stock correction would not delay rate increase, says Fed official
On the negative side, there is risk that relaxation of the fiscal deficit target will delay rate cuts by the Reserve Bank of India.
Which would delay rate hikes, and, if the resulting slowdown itself weren't too onerous, clear the way for gold to beat an upward path again.
US Central bank expected to delay rate hike after global peers unleash stimulus
We think the risks to the inflation outlook are material and will likely cause the Fed to delay rate hikes while it works to develop 'reasonable confidence,'" writes Mr.
The statement said : 'After joining in a productive bipartisan meeting with my Florida colleagues last week, I am encouraged by the House vote today to delay rate increases on homeowners in 2014 and will continue to pursue conservative solutions for those affected by unreasonable rate increases last year'.
said today, "We are making important progress on the Senate side to fix this problem," that is, indefinitely delay rate increases imposed through Sec.
The delay rate has climbed since 2004, researchers report January 21 in JAMA Pediatrics.
We find that a sufficient re-ranking occurs when the intensity of delay, rather than the delay rate, is considered.
G-20 Delay Rate RisesGroup of 20 central banks are delaying their withdrawal of emergency stimulus as Europe's debt crisis shakes financial markets and threatens to hinder the global recovery.
This 25 basis points rise from the RBA is both extraordinary and unnecessary, especially given the RBA clearly had ample time and scope to delay rate hikes until after Christmas," said Potter.
The DOT on Tuesday said domestic flights were late more than 26% of the time in 2007, the second-worst delay rate on record.