turnover rate

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turnover rate

[′tərn‚ō·vər ‚rāt]
(chemical engineering)
In an industrial catalytic process, a value corresponding to the turnover number per specified unit of time.
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Calculation of some other ratios such as the inventory turnover ratio and stock turnover ratio in days was also not possible in the case of several companies, so they were omitted.
The inventory turnover and fixed asset turnover ratios are significantly higher in U.K.
Just because an investment may have a high turnover ratio or high tax drag doesn't mean it's not a good investment.
Total Net Asset (TNA), age, expense ratio and turnover ratio.
Both the medium and the heavy industry groups tend to have better inventory turnover ratios compared to the light industry group (both differences are significant at one percent level).
The inventory turnover ratio increased from 0.84 times in 2001-02 to 38.15 times in 2006-07 then the ratio declined and then fell to 1.76 times in 2009-10 which indicates slow moving of inventory thereby affecting working capital.
is portfolio turnover ratio of HDFC Top 200, lowest in large- and mid- cap equity category
The usual formula for the inventory turnover ratio is cost of goods sold during the year divided by the average inventory investment during the year.
Working cycle and turnover ratio in terms of cycle (days) for debtors and creditors (Figures 16 and 17) were found to be alarming for MSSL.
Abnormal Turnover Ratios of the Firms Added to S&P 500 and Their Matching Firms The abnormal turnover ratio equals the average market adjusted turnover during [AD-l, AD+1] or [ED-1, ED+1] divided by the pre-announcement average market adjusted turnover during [AD-251, AD-2] minus one.
Sugar cooperatives operate in a heavily capitalized industry., so their turnover ratios reflect this with average lower values.