limit ratio

limit ratio

[′lim·ət ‚rā·shō]
(electronics)
Ratio of peak value to limited value, or comparison of such ratios.
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The central bank has also increased the prudential limit ratio of credit exposure to non-residents and placement of banks funds abroad to banks' local net worth from 50 per cent to 75 per cent.
It was also decided by the CBO to increase the prudential limit ratio of credit exposure to non-residents and placement of banks funds abroad to banks' local net worth from 50 per cent to 75 per cent, which is expected to lead to greater flexibility for banks to manage their liquidity surpluses, diversify their revenues and increase their external borrowing capacity to finance local projects of national importance.
It was also decided to increase the prudential limit ratio of Credit
The data gives an "upper limit ratio" to each trust.
When the debt to debt limit ratio is the additional variable, the coefficient is positive and significant (at the ten-per-cent level); a result again supporting the hypothesis that fiscal conditions matter.
The guaranteed miss distance, autopilot transfer function and control limit ratio are described.
Fitch views the city's administration as prudent, reflected in the maintenance of prudential debt limit ratios, cautious investment planning, maintaining a legally at least required balanced budget and high liquidity.
Incorporating yet higher limit ratios implies lattices of higher dimensions.