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outturn

The sum total of an enterprise’s production—e.g., of widgets for a year; net profit/finances at the end of a year.
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Note that the forecast error is calculated as the outturn minus the forecast value.
It was estimated that with the UPT-based stress grading (or UPT rating), MPB veneers can yield approximately 10 to 15 percent higher grade outturn than control SPF veneers.
05) between the outturn fractions in soybean steamed for 10 minutes and that steamed for 15 minutes.
In this work, it is absolutely necessary to examine the projections for several periods since the outturn in each period is only a single point on the chart.
Also, certain weather phenomena affect one area under cultivation for a particular crop while other areas are not affected, and hurricanes or excessive rainstorms that may last 2-3 days and severely upset the total outturn of a particular crop can't always be predicted
The harvest season for Japanese rice farmers, which runs between August and October, is in full swing now, but the detection of radiation poses downside risks to the final crop outturn, which BMI forecasts to come in at 8.
said that while it may appear that there is room to ease policy settings given the relatively lower inflation outturn at the moment, risks to the inflation outlook remain, including price pressures due to El NiEyo and financial market volatilities that may result from global portfolio rebalancing as financial markets await policy action from the US Federal Reserve Bank.
In order to evaluate our forecasting performance we compare each of our forecasts of GDP growth to its corresponding data outturn.
8% to account for the 2013 outturn and for the deceleration in the rate of increase in recent months.
The outturn was also significantly higher than the Bloomberg consensus of 7.
The report being considered by Cllr Budd says the outturn for the year showed a strong, positive financial position with all services showing significant improvements on the figures reported at the third quarter.
2 percent month-on-month in January, a far worse outturn than expected," said Royal Bank of Scotland economist Ross Walker.