fully factored

fully factored

A load applied by the ultimate factor of safety.
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And in these circumstances, they will also be in a position to ensure that their judgement about the reactions of external audiences - customers, voters, the media - are fully factored in before anything is decided.
Several major infrastructure projects are yet to be fully factored into our forecasts due to slow progress on investment decisions which will be exacerbated by Brexit, but the UK retains Europe's largest infrastructure project pipeline.
The IEA said Iran's return to the oil market, a major reason for continued price weakness, has probably not been fully factored into prices yet, contradicting many financial analysts.
The Korean economy is likely to remain vulnerable in the first half to uncertainties before the Federal Reserve's tightening policy is fully factored into the market in the second half and the dollar's strengthening eases," Jun Min-kyu, an analyst at Korea Investment and Securities, said.
Investors believed that the market has fully factored in the expected rate hike.
The 2014 profit forecast trailed analysts' estimates because the government's plan to cut drug prices this year wasn't fully factored into market expectations, Yamato said.
It was also hit by disruption caused by the refurbishment of its Oxford street store in London, which had not been fully factored in by the City, while investors were reportedly angered by PS7.
A 25 basis point rate hike is fully factored in only in four years.
8 percent, are fully factored into state of the race polls.
FARLOE SKYWALKER did brilliantly to qualify from a truly horrendous Primus Telecom Grand National first-round draw, and the bookmakers do not appear to have fully factored that herculean effort into their outright odds.
Financial markets have not fully factored in either the scale or the profound changes that will likely take place, the report concludes.
With the low point of consumers' pain still to come, the risks may not be fully factored into profit estimates and priced into retail shares, even though stocks have fallen.
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