fully factored

fully factored

A load applied by the ultimate factor of safety.
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Thus we estimate that since 2000, on a fully factored basis, the world economy has actually shrunk - in true terms - by at least 18%.
A 25bp rate cut is fully factored, so focus will be on the central bank's forward guidance.
According to Robin Chater, the Secretary-General of the Federation of International Employers (FedEE) "What we would welcome is a greater recognition of these trends by official statistical agencies and a computation of Fully Factored Per Unit of Labour GDP figure that takes into account the grey economy, net consumption of global resources, and both public and private debt."
The last devaluation had not been fully factored into the price level yet, and already we have seen another massive drop, with all indications pointing towards continued volatility.
He noted that warnings are being aired about slowing economic growth, meaning that there are risks of less demand for oil next year as a result of a slowdown in global economic conditions but this hasn't quite yet been fully factored into the oil price.
Furthermore, issues of uncertainty pertaining to the Goods and Services Tax (GST) needed to be fully factored in.
Operating leases are typical for an organization of Rex's size and scale, and Fitch has fully factored in Rex's unfunded pension liability.
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.
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