payback period

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payback period,

n the length of time required for the net revenues of an investment to return the cost of the investment.
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A spokesman for Birmingham YOU City Council said: "We have trialled a 21-day loan period, as used by many other services nationally, to enable customers to get books they have reserved more quickly and to improve the turnover of books on shelves.
Mancienne had an initial loan period at Wolves when helping them gain promotion from the Coca Cola Championship 14 months ago.
LEICESTER, England, November 15 /PRNewswire/ -- The Modern Masonry Alliance welcomes the move by Abbey to lengthen the terms of mortgage loan periods to as long as 60 years.
Although the state will not be responsible if Regent defaults on the bonds, government issuance will save the school $30 million in debt service over the 30-year loan period.
The loan period will be extended until March 15, with no penalties for books borrowed Jan.
The term loan period begins on the 91st day; the interest rate set at the base rate plus two and one-half percent per annum and the city amortizes principal in twenty-eight equal quarterly installments, with the final installment due at the seventh anniversary of the term loan conversion date.
KEVIN WILKIN is hopeful of bringing James Pearson back to the Racecourse for a longer loan period.
The goalkeeper will return to the 'rojiblanco' at the end of this loan period.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce has now stepped in to offer Carroll a way out and a permanent deal could be on the cards at the end of the loan period.
ASTON VILLA have been unsuccessful in their attempt to extend Robbie Keane's loan period and he will return to the Los Angeles Galaxy after the clash at Wigan on February 25.
But City boss Roberto Mancini wants a cast-iron agreement the Argentinian will be bought at the end of the loan period.