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markup

Computer-processable annotations within a multimedia document. In the context of the HL7 specification, markup syntax is based on XML specification.
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The researchers found significant variation in markup ratios by hospital across oncology specialties: radiology, median = 3.7 (interquartile range [IQR], 3.1 to 4.5); hematology/oncology, median = 2.3 (IQR, 1.8 to 2.9); medical oncology, median = 2.4 (IQR, 1.8 to 3.0); pathology, median = 4.1 (IQR, 3.1 to 5.1); and radiation oncology, median = 3.6 (IQR, 2.9 to 4.5).
The SEC further faulted Barclays for charging excessive markups, Cipperman said, even though such markups were within FINRA's 5% safe harbor policy because "Regardless of the applicability of the five percent guidance, the FINRA was explicit in stating that Cy[a] broker-dealer may also be liable for excessive markups under the antifraud provisions of the Securities Act and the [Exchange] Act.'"
Understanding the markup of each product line, as well as how all product lines collectively affect the chances of breaking even, can help the entrepreneur think through the pricing decisions.
Despite relying on a variety of empirical approaches, various ways of measuring markups, and different levels of data aggregation, the existing empirical evidence on the relation between markup cyclicality and financial constraints is still inconclusive.
Prior to this visit, I had been witnessing markups in the 5 to 15 bps range.
31 using the same blindfolded members who will share their testimony of how SCCU protected them from rate markups.
However, this still raises a critical question: What if an adjusted SR continues to reflect demand shocks because one cyclical bias cancels out other biases when adjusting the SR with markup, RTS, and capital utilization?
Table 1 displays the average Medicare markups and unadjusted 30-day mortality by service line in 1997, 2001, and 2005.
The second model (markup time-series model) examines factors influencing the markup of the whole manufacturing industry over time, i.e., during the period 1984 2007 and uses the estimates of markups ([[mu].sub.t] t = 1984, ..., 2007) obtained by the Hall-Roeger time-series model (Eq.
= markup + [[theta].sub.1] + ln(W) - (1 + [rho])ln (Q/L) + [rho]tech (14)
According to the company, Open Text Desktop and Thin Client Viewer solutions offer viewing and markup capabilities for a wide range of file formats without the need to have the originating application installed on users' desktops.
Following last year's two markups, the government's selling price to flour millers currently stands at 53,270 yen per ton.