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net loss

[′net ′lȯs]
(communications)
The ratio of the power at the input of a transmission system to the power at the output; expressed in nepers, it is one-half the natural logarithm of this ratio, and in decibels it is 10 times the common logarithm of the ratio.
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These net losses were partially offset by higher servicing income related with an increase in the Company's MSRs valuation due to a decrease in anticipated mortgage prepayment rates and higher commissions, fees and other income.
Statements regarding our net losses related to Hurricane Katrina contained in this release are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the U.
pool factor of 29% and cumulative net losses of 21.
pool factor of 48% and cumulative net losses of 15.
While credit enhancement levels for FIB Business Loan Notes, series 1999-A are adequate after 37 months of performance, cumulative net losses to date rose sharply from 2.
As a result of its 2001 net losses, the Company intends to file a refund of previously paid taxes of approximately $2.
Due to these efforts we were able to sequentially reduce net losses despite a drop in revenue.
Net losses, excluding the non-cash stock based compensation charge, show an increase in the loss of earnings per share.
The net losses for 2000 and 1999 include non-cash stock compensation charges of $397,000 and $4,618,000, respectively.
MFN's aggregate net losses for the interim periods ended June 30, 1999 and September 30, 1999, were not affected by the stock split and have not been restated.
Net loss for the third quarter was $5,838,196 and for the nine months was $18,537,691, compared with net losses of $1,258,536 and $2,258,536 for the prior year periods respectively.
Net losses for the second quarter 2000 was approximately $428,000 or $0.