break-even

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break-even

[brā′kē·vən]
(nucleonics)
The point at which the energy generated by a controlled nuclear fusion reaction equals the energy required to maintain the reaction.
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It said that Oman s public expenditure increase has already outpaced new revenue, and its fiscal break-even oil price is estimated to be closer to $100 per barrel (bpd) in 2014.
We think the region is well positioned to cope with a global slowdown given the high level of savings, progress on corporate deleveraging, more robust banking systems and a still reasonable regional fiscal break-even oil price of $80 per barrel.
According to Deutsche Bank's calculations, break-even oil prices of both Saudi Arabia and the UAE have fallen for the first time in the past few years.
The average break-even price in the GCC countries will edge down to about $80 barrels this year, the first drop since 2003," Deutsche Bank's Robert Burgess wrote in a note to clients.