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drawdown

where the provisions of a loan agreement provide for the amount of the loan to be advanced in tranches (rather than as one single advance) the process through which this is achieved is drawdown, with the relevant provisions governing the process known as drawdown clauses.
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The drawdown line shows how [Sh.sup.Ha] changes with Sz during drawdown from equilibrated swell to very high drawdowns.
Analysts expect the average rate of monthly drawdowns from reserves to moderate in the year ahead, however, this will depend on other uses of non-deficit funding.
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Households new drawdowns of housing loans amounted in August 2016 to EUR 1.5 bn, on which the average interest rate was 1.18%.
Ben, Mary Lee and I had long planned a camping and trophy bass fishing trip to Rodman Reservoir during its scheduled three-year drawdown. Ben had reserved a campsite at Rodman State Park which gave us easy access to the reservoir.
"While the Army did field new platforms such as the [mine-resistant ambush protected vehicle], Stryker and Gray Eagle, it did not complete the large-scale procurement of new weapon systems as in previous drawdowns," he said.
In February 2016, households' new drawdowns of housing loans amounted to EUR 1.3 bn, which is slightly more than a year earlier in February.
Some investors will be lucky enough to time a market drawdown well, but most will likely not.
This leads Faber to ask: Are there any common-sense rules advisors and investors can use to help to reduce the drawdowns of a buy-and-hold strategy?
THE One Show's Alex Jones: "Pension pots, pension freedoms, annuities, drawdowns, capped drawdowns, lifetime allowances" Matt Baker: "Yeah, don't worry, we're getting on to the ice cream very shortly, Holly (Willoughby)."
Regulations enabling drawdowns no earlier than Nov.