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average life

[′av·rij ′līf]
(physics)
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Because those denominations have an average life of only two and one-half to three years, the Federal Reserve has retired the pre-1990 notes on a business-as-usual basis; that is, they are withdrawn only when they are judged to be too worn or soiled for further circulation.
The relative attractiveness of the yield and return can be judged in relation to a Treasury security of a comparable average life. This "comparable Treasury" is selected based on the investor perception of the pass-through's future prepayment and overall interest rates.
The corresponding average in State or local governments was $31,001.(6) (See table 2.) The average life insurance benefit rose as annual earnings increased, with the largest increases occurring when annual earnings were between $25,000 and $35,000.(7)
The expected average life expectancy for the country's total population, calculated for the period 2016 - 2018, is 74.8 years, compared to the previous period (2015-2017), remains unchanged, the National Statistical Institute reported, quoted by BTA.
Due to a five-year covered bond issuance in May 2018, the unstressed weighted average life (WAL) of the assets is now shorter than unstressed weighted average life (WAL) of the bonds, which mitigates FX risk in the recovery scenario and allows for a two-notch recovery uplift.
According to the report, the average life expectancy of Hong Kong women is 87.66 and for men is 81.7.
The 2015 research shows that babies born in Japan could expect to live the longest with an average life span predicted to be 83.7 years.
ISLAMABAD -- The average life expectancy of males in Pakistan has witnessed an increasing trend reached from 65.2 years in 2015 to 65.8 years in 2017.
The average life expectancy at birth was 78.8 years, unchanged from the average for 2012.
They found evidence of increasing average life expectancy, meaning that over time more people lived to a ripe old age.
Men aged 65 in Liverpool today can expect to live to 82, but average life expectancy for boys born in the city today is just over 76.
AVERAGE life expectancy for women in England and Wales could be approaching 90 by 2030, a new study has found.

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