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Ordonez declined to cite a specific forecast but noted that over the past five years (excluding 2015 when sales had been exceptionally strong), the rolling average of cement sales has been around roughly 8 percent.
For me, the rolling average shall be more than 72 hours and the threshold should be higher.
Debt yields also trended lower during 2013, Kroll reported, with the three-month rolling average declining during the fourth quarter to 9.
The IRSG says rubber consumption contracted in the fourth quarter of 2012, measured by the moving annual total (MAT) on a year-on-year (YOY) basis, decreasing by a monthly rolling average of 0.
Distributions are being made at the annual rate of 5% of the rolling average of the prior four calendar quarter-end NAVs, with the fourth quarter distribution being the greater of 1.
The calculation is based on a three event rolling average, being applied after the first two events.
In the West Midlands, investment transactions remain subdued; the rolling average, over a 12-month period, reached a peak of pounds 675 million per quarter in early 2007, just before the subprime mortgage crises sent the investment market into decline, since when the rolling average has steadily fallen to a level of pounds 185 million per quarter in early 2009.
Additionally, if the taxpayer is not using the rolling average for accounting, this method may not be suitable for reflecting taxable income.
In addition, data loss and PCI DSS saw volumes rise 50pc in December 2008 compared to the previous 12 month rolling average indicating that there is a greater interest in these terms domestically as opposed to other parts of the world.
This will be changed to a three-year rolling average price, reflecting the stable nature of the asset.
Currently companies are required to calculate their employment using a rolling average of the previous 12 months.
NHS West Midlands health authority bosses were informed that there had been a three month rolling average of 36 cases at hospitals across Birmingham, Staffordshire, the Black Country and Worcestershire.