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outflow

[′au̇t‚flō]
(chemical engineering)
Flow of fluid product out of a process facility.
(mathematics)
The outflow from a vertex in an s-t network is the sum of the flows of all the arcs that originate at that vertex.
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Highest outflow of profits was from telecommunications, amounting to $166.
948-billion outflow of portfolio investment last month exceeded the $1.
BEIRUT: A report revealed that illicit financial practices by Lebanese firms are rife and estimated the illegal capital outflow at around $2 billion a year.
The consecutive outflow in financial accounts underscores lack of interest among domestic and foreign investors in domestic financial products.
The company in this example should report both a financing outflow of $50,000 and a financing inflow of $110,000.
28949 reduces intraocular pressure by stimulating the outflow of aqueous humor through a mechanism different from that of presently available products, which means that BVT.
April outflow dropped both from a year ago and a month ago by 22.
For 2017, the BSP had projected portfolio investment to yield a net outflow of $900 million by yearend.
In terms of asset flows, the category to note is Fund of Funds, which registered an estimated $5 billion net outflow of assets during the quarter, marking a slight downturn after several years of rapid growth.
The net outflow of portfolio investment during the first week of the year reversed the net inflow of $2.
1-2, the country posted a net outflow of foreign portfolio investment amounting $46.
The net outflow of so-called 'hot money' in September hit a 32-month high amid profit-taking among foreign investors, coupled with less new investments due external uncertainty and a deadly blast in the President's hometown, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas data showed.