net balance

net balance

[′net ′bal·əns]
(hydrology)
The change in mass of a glacier from the time of minimum mass in one year to the time of minimum mass in the succeeding year. Also known as net budget.
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A net balance of +42% of Welsh respondents said that house prices rose in February, higher than any other UK region and well above the flat picture being reported for the UK as a whole.
Firms' hiring intentions show that a net balance of four per cent expect to hire more staff over the course of the year ahead, while firms expect a median annual increase in average pay in the region of one to two per cent during 2018.
It comes as Welsh firms experienced a strong end to 2017, with a net balance of 23% stating their international trade had increased in the second half.
Summary: The interim financial statements at June 30, 2017 from the company "Ateliers Mecaniques du Sahel", show a net balance sheet total of 52,287 thousand dinars and a deficit of 6,458
A net balance of +28% of Welsh surveyors expects prices to increase in the three months ahead, which compares to a net balance of -1% for the UK as a whole.
LLOYDS Bank's latest Business in Britain report found exports to Latin America fell by a net balance of eight per cent in the North East in the six months before November 2016.
The weighted net balance for the third quarter is positive to a statistically significant degree in the overall business sector .
Receiving a larger income shock from the payment (relative to household income) reduces the count of bankruptcies, with fewer remaining filers having higher net balance sheet benefits of bankruptcy (unsecured debt discharged minus liquidated assets forgone).
A closer look at the survey results shows that the net balance of exporters anticipating an increase in total exports across the globe fell by 15 percentage points to 20%.
It said the net balance for companies expecting trading to improve slipped to its lowest level since December, 2011, falling 22 by points to 19% in August.
A net balance of five per cent of surveyors reported house prices rising rather than falling last month, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics), marking the lowest reading in three years.
The net balance for sales revenues for Q4 2015 stands at 49 per cent in comparison to 29 per cent for Q3 2015 and 62 per cent for Q4 2014.