05) decreased specific growth rate (SGR), net weight gain (NWG), average daily gain (ADG), survival, feed intake, feed efficiency ratio
(FER) and protein efficiency ratio
(PRE), irrespective the addition of the 4TX in the diets.
S&P Global Market Intelligence calculated scores for each company based on six metrics: pretax return on average tangible common equity, net charge-offs as a%age of average loans, efficiency ratio
, adjusted Texas ratio, net interest margin on a fully taxable equivalent basis and loan growth for the 12-month period ended December 31, 2016.
of Conway set its sights on achieving a sub-40 percent efficiency ratio
The group's prudent cost control policy and strong revenue generating capability allowed it to maintain an efficiency ratio
(cost to income ratio) of 20.
The efficiency ratio
is designed to be neutral to countries' stages of development, and the data indeed reflect this neutrality.
Measure labor through a Labor Efficiency Ratio
They are designed for coolant outlet temperatures of -15 to +15 [degrees]C, and operate with an energy efficiency ratio
(EER) of approximately 5.
The most common European efficiency ratios
for commercial and industrial branches are the Energy Efficiency ratio
and European Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio
For the efficiency ratio
, the First Look program credit unions reported an average ratio of 92.
The group now compares member companies both by total income and by efficiency ratio
The Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Network recommends that room air-conditioners should have an Energy Efficiency Ratio
of at least 9.
Record loan growth, excellent asset quality and a record efficiency ratio
contributed to our favorable third quarter results and helped us achieve our 19th consecutive quarter of record net income and earnings per share," said George Gleason, chairman and CEO.