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turnover rate

an assessment of the ability of an enzyme to catalyse a reaction, as measured by the number of molecules of substrate which react per second at one ACTIVE SITE when the enzyme is saturated with substrate. The turnover rate varies widely between different enzymes.
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Rahimzadeh (2012) took market capitalization, value of traded shares and turnover ratio as proxies for stock market development and domestic credit to private sector as proxy for banking sector development 11 selected countries of Middle East and North Africa to explore the effects of stock market and banking sector development on economic growth.
They find that Japanese manufacturing firms have significantly higher accounts receivable turnover, inventory turnover and fixed assets turnover ratios compared with U.
The investors in the Cyprus Stock Exchange are recommended to evaluate the probability of corporate bankruptcy, to mainly use financial and market ratios, such as return on capital employed, return on assets, debt ratio, working capital to asset ratio, asset turnover ratio, stock price and market capitalization.
Just because an investment may have a high turnover ratio or high tax drag doesn't mean it's not a good investment.
We gave different weights to each parameter-40% to mid-cap and small-cap exposure, 30% to portfolio turnover ratio, 20% to cash holding and 10% to volatility in returns.
TNA, age, expense ratio and turnover ratio for the entire study period were also computed, Lastly, the excessive standard deviation adjusted return (eSDAR) was computed, a measure more commonly known as the Modigliani-Modigliani Measure, or simply the M Measure (Modigliani, 1997), which was introduced into the field of socially responsible investing by Statman (2000).
First hypothesis: There is a relationship between assets turnover ratio and operational leverage.
A low turnover ratio means a lower expense ratio, as every time a fund manager makes a transaction he pays brokerage fee and securities transaction tax.
We also find that while contractionary policy significantly affects these firms' inventory turnover, receivables turnover and asset turnover ratios, its impact on high leverage and low leverage firms are in opposite directions.
b) Analysis of data: The analysis has been done on the basis of various indicators like current ratio, absolute liquid ratio, current assets to total assets ratio, inventory turnover ratio, debtor turnover ratio, net working capital turnover ratio, inventory to current assets ratio, receivables to current assets ratio, deposits to current assets ratio, cash & bank to current assets ratio, loans and advances to current assets ratio, etc.
The experts identified nine indicators they considered the most appropriate for evaluating the efficiency of separate Lithuanian economic sectors, namely 1) gross profit margin, 2) profitability ratio, 3) return on assets ratio, 4) debt ratio, 5) leverage ratio, 6) current ratio, 7) receivables turnover ratio, 8) fixed assets turnover ratio, 9) equity turnover ratio.
The new locations have a high occupancy and turnover ratio making it one of Cincinnati's most active locations nearly every day of the year," said Craig Barber, COO of Allpro Parking.