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6 million in the third quarter
of 2015 because those customers did not meet their MVCs.
The average price for apartments in Brooklyn Heights and Park Slope was $612,367 in the third quarter
, a 35% hike from a year ago, and at $547 the average price per square foot for townhouses in Brooklyn Heights and Park Slope was 21% more than during the third quarter
North America: Automotive earnings were $1,004 million in the third quarter
of 1999, up $104 million, or 12 percent from a year ago.
Other Expense -- Other expense for third quarter
2006 includes $266,300 of realized and unrealized depreciation in the fair value of call options received in the 2005 settlement.
East Side apartments of all sizes also posted strong pricing gains, including a 31% rise in 1-bedroom apartments to $545,800 compared with the third quarter
Improving construction machinery markets in North America and Europe helped to increase earnings of Clark-Hurth during the third quarter
," said McKernan, noting that order rates remained at high levels, with orders at the end of nine months more than 60 percent ahead of the prior year.
EBITDA in the third quarter
of 2006 -- equal in this quarter to earnings before taxes, interest, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) -- was $1.
Although Stamford's third quarter
absorption was a modest 20,320 square feet, year-to-date absorption totaled 533,740 square feet, a nearly three-fold increase from the first three quarters of 1998.
After high second quarter operating expenses, reflecting a number of refinery operating and other problems, our operating cost performance improved markedly in the third quarter
," Derr said.
While the Company has not fully completed its third quarter
closing process and its accrued inventory account reconciliation is ongoing, the Company's preliminary results for the three months ended September 30, 2006 are as follows:
Quite a turnaround from the third quarter
of a year ago, when Westchester was dealing with nearly 700,000 square feet of negative absorption following new availabilities at a number of buildings - new availabilities that would continue to grow and eventually lead to an availability rate of more than 18 percent by the end of 1998.