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base pe·ri·od

(bās pēr'ē-ŏd)
12-month time duration divided into quarters.
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Survey respondents reported that credit terms offered to counterparties, both in the provision of finance collateralised by euro-denominated securities and in OTC derivatives markets, tightened for all counterparty types when comparing the three-month reference period from December 2016 to February 2017 with the previous three months.
Figure 1 illustrates that the value of [DELTA]T(t) changes when using different reference periods.
We use a decline in shares outstanding during the reference periods as a proxy for stock buybacks occurring during the period of study.
d) (SP4) ( Applications by new entrant farmers during the reference period.
The current directive only authorises derogations to reference periods in certain cases: 1.
Similar maps can be created through the Data Tool for all of the health service areas included in the third release and for the three twelve-month reference periods, 2014-10-01 to 2015-09-30, 2015-01-01 to 2015-12-31, and 2015-04-01 to 2016-03-31.
In contrast to the results of the June 2013 survey, where large banks reported an easing of price terms (such as financing rates/spreads), on balance, for all of the important types of counterparties included in the survey, the responses to the September 2013 survey did not indicate a significant change in price terms over the three-month reference period ending in August 2013.
the reference period for calculating average working time would be extended to 12 months or more
Following the deterioration in liquidity and functioning of markets for the underlying collateral (as opposed to the securities financing market itself) reported in the previous five quarterly SESFOD surveys, only a small net percentage of respondents reported a further deterioration in liquidity and functioning of markets over the three-month reference period.
The ceiling of 48 hours per week is not calculated on a weekly basis, but over a reference period of at least four months, allowing companies to organise "working time" to best respond to their economic activities.
Credit terms offered in both the provision of finance that is collateralised by euro-denominated securities and over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives markets became somewhat less favourable for all counterparty types over the three-month reference period ending in May 2016.
However, this is calculated over a reference period of at least four months.
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