favorable current

favorable current

[′fāv·rə·bəl ′kə·rənt]
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A current flowing in such a direction as to increase the speed of a vessel over the ground.
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Usually, though, sailfish anglers put a premium on favorable current closer to the natural ledges and coral reefs found in 80 to 120 feet of water.
Most markets nationwide show favorable current vacancy rates relative to historical averages, Freddie Mac said.
7 billion) in addition to a sound foreign reserves position - thanks to a consistently favorable current account.
These works, translated into several European languages, have created a favorable current to knowing more about Zen philosophy, Japanese culture and literature, and an international community of haiku and haiga authors has been created; that community being present at different festivals, congresses and symposiums dedicated to haiku.
Under the proposed refinancing, all of the terms of the existing credit facility would remain the same, except that the pricing terms would be changed to reflect more favorable current market pricing and the call protection period for lenders would be extended from October 15, 2013 to December 31, 2013.
Further, higher oil exports and higher energy prices will help the country achieve a favorable current account balance this year, the survey showed.
Geagea said he hoped that Hariri would wrap up the formation of the Cabinet promptly, given the favorable current domestic, regional and international situation.
Walleyes use them because of their favorable current conditions.
McQuade lofted the kick high into the air, where it found a favorable current and kept carrying, over the defense, before bouncing high in front of and over goalkeeper Erin Ronan into the net for a 3-0 lead.
Europe, due in part to the favorable current exchange rates and a shortage of [metalcasting] capacity there, represents an important opportunity for Grede Foundries.
However, a land use change tax will apply as soon as the property no longer qualifies for favorable current use tax status as open space land.
Important factors currently known to management that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include the Company's ability to execute properly its business model, to raise additional capital to implement its continuing business model, the ability to attract and retain personnel - including highly qualified executives, management and operational personnel, ability to negotiate favorable current debt and future capital raises, and the inherent risk associated with a diversified business to achieve and maintain positive cash flow and net profitability.