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benchmark

noun bookmark, critical point, crucial point, crux, essence, essential matter, fundamental part, gist, gravamen, heart, key point, linchpin, main point, material point, milestone, pivotal point, prime issue, salient point, substance, substantive point, turning point
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Should consumers trust these benchmarks? Two business principles encourage a belief in the accuracy of benchmarks.
The benchmark was put in place as a temporary measure in March 2017, as part of a range of actions over recent years to reinforce sound lending practices.
"...It is proposed that all new floating rate (for) personal or retail loans (housing, auto, etc) and floating rate loans to Micro and Small Enterprises extended by banks from April 1, 2019 shall be benchmarked" to repo rate, or 91/182 Treasury Bill yield or any other benchmark market interest rate produced by the Financial Benchmarks India Pvt Ltd (FBIL).
The cheating mechanism causes the OnePlus 5 to report benchmark results to report at the maximum potential ability for OnePlus 5.
Using the 2,500-square-feet-per-bed benchmark as an example, here are eight things to consider when evaluating healthcare design benchmarks:
The purpose of this article is to present lessons learned from the North Carolina Benchmarking Project to advance our understanding of why local governments participate in comparison of performance statistics as benchmarks consortiums and how they review and make decisions regarding the comparative data.
As per regulatory requirement collective investment schemes are required to disclose the benchmark in their performance reports and other publications/communications where return is published.
Category wise standardization of benchmark will enable and facilitate the investors to instantly compare the performance of different schemes within a category offered by different asset management companies against the benchmark return.
There has however been a drop in the benchmark scores after the update.
They also have concluded that benchmarking passed through four important stages of evolution: (1) concretizing the passage of a priority given to the benchmarks to a priority given to the action, the benchmarking, (2) concretizing the passage of a products/services performance evaluation to an evaluation of process, (3) and more recently conveying the transformation of an evaluation rather based on financial indicators towards an evaluation integrating measurements in connection with the satisfaction of the internal or external customers, (4) conveying the passage of a comparative evaluation of process (operational benchmarking) to a comparative evaluation of strategies benchmarking.
The inner surface of the presented snap-in is placed on the partly recessed benchmark while the outer surface has a number of rings which serve as intermediate height points (temporary benchmarks with transferred heights).
The proposal targets all benchmarks used for financial instruments admitted to trading, such as those used in financial contracts (mortage loans) and those used to measure the performance of investment funds.