net flow

net flow

[¦net ′flō]
(mathematics)
The net flow at a vertex in an s-t network is the outflow at that vertex minus the inflow there.
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There was a net flow of 298,000 migrants to the UK in the year to September, equal to the population of a city the size of Nottingham and up from 210,000 in the previous 12 months, according to the Office for National Statistics.
The net flow of total credit to the domestic private sector was negative, at 237 million (October 2013: negative net flow of 937 million).
It comes after migration experts and rival politicians accused the Government of losing its grip on immigration policy as official figures revealed last week that the net flow of migrants into the UK surged yearon-year by more than a third to 212,000 in the 12 months to September 2013.
As David Cameron and Theresa May unveil a range of measures aimed at deterring immigration to the UK, official figures revealed the first annual increase in the net flow of migrants to the country for two years.
In fact the estimate for a net flow of $516 million from passive funds may well be rather conservative, because many passive management funds have already exited the Greek bourse due to its low bearing, so the outflow from the Athens Exchange's demotion from the developed market category will amount to no more than $100 million, the Citigroup report notes writes Kathimerini.
Meanwhile, Egypt's financial and capital accounts saw a decrease in their net flow of income to $443.
In all likelihood, recent sales numbers (see chart on page 49) reflect inflated total sales more than a deflated net flow, said Frank O'Connor, manager of Variable Annuity Research and Data Service products at Morningstar.
The net flow of funds is from the South to the North, from the poor to the rich.
For example, if the enclosed superfluid helium is in its zero-velocity state, displaying no net flow, the container must move relative to the helium.
Chart When the Boomers Cash Out Estimated net flow of assets into or out of pension and retirement savings, based on assumptions about future working populations, inflation and rates of return similar to those the Social Security Administration uses.
But the Office for National Statistics (ONS) revealed a net flow of 176,000 migrants came to the UK in the year to December 2012, up from 153,000 in the year to September 2012, ending five consecutive quarters of decline.