lost returns

lost returns

[′lȯst ri′tərnz]
(petroleum engineering)
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Lost returns had already slowed production as the crew continually fought to refill water tanks and mix mud.
It reveals an interesting pitfall on the theme of "emotional trading", which can tempt us to buy high and sell low, which can cost investors nearly 20% in lost returns over a 10-year period.
A job interview you thought was lost returns, an offer passed to someone else is brought back to you - or perhaps things are going so well you finally decide to apply for a role you were made for?
Countries like Iran and Venezuela, that oppose US policies and price their oil in euro, lost returns by lowering production.
In previous years, shoppers would select their own bunch from a pile, leaving behind a significant amount of shatter in the display, which equaled to lost returns for the supermarkets.
And now series three of Lost returns with things just as bad as ever for the poor islanders.
His hot series Lost returns to TV, and he has a hit film on his hands.
Then if one asset class does badly, another will make up the lost returns.
Certain losses, particularly lost returns to firm-specific investment, deserve compensation.
Although the Service denied receiving the return, it candidly admitted that it has occasionally lost returns that were, in fact, mailed and delivered.
The direct net impact on farm income is the CRP payment less the farmer share of establishing cover on the land and the lost returns from taking the acreage out of production.
In addition, continued volatility of investment returns in the equity markets creates significant "sequence of returns" risk, or the challenge of making up for lost returns after a significant market downturn, particularly just before or just after retirement.