HML


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AcronymDefinition
HMLHämeenlinna (Finland)
HMLHigh Minus Low (Book to Market Value ratio)
HMLHigher Mass Limits (scheme for managing vehicle loading on Australian freight roads)
HMLHybrid Mail Language
HMLHelp Markup Language (Samaritan)
HMLHuman-Machine Language
HMLHot Mockup Laboratory
HMLHit My Line
HMLHigh School Mailing List (ACT, Inc.)
HMLHarmonie Musicale de Lachenaie (Terrebonne, Québec, Canada)
HMLHaags Montessori Lyceum (school; Netherlands)
HMLHazardous Material List
HMLHawaii Medical Library
HMLHuman Media Lab
HMLHigh Medium Low
HMLHellfire Missile Launcher
HMLHelp Me Lord
HMLHate My Life
HMLHard Money Lender (real estate)
HMLHard Mobile Launcher
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The extent of DM loss significantly increased when deterioration occurred to the HML treatment at 30 d (p < 0.
Research shows that those larger issues, outside the classroom, are serious threats to student learning," noted HML Executive Director Jack McKay.
The HML (High Minus Low) portfolio represents a zero-investment portfolio that is long in high book-to-market stocks (so-called "Value" stocks) and short in low book-to-market stocks (so-called "Growth" stocks).
As the model predicts, the market beta of HML is positive (0.
Meanwhile, the north/south divide in England is "alive and well", the director of business intelligence at HML, Damian Riley, said.
Figure 3 plots the index of cumulative holding-period returns of the HML portfolio.
HML CEO, Andrew Jones, said that the increasing threat from crimes like fraud and money laundering requires a robust solution that will keep HML ahead of growing risks from organised crime.
The HML publications are research-based, are carefully crafted, and are delivered via email as downloadable .
HML (high minus low) is the difference each month between the simple average of the returns on the two high-BE/ME portfolios and the average of the returns on the two low-BE/ME portfolios.
The number of people defaulting on home loans is set to rise by seven per cent, according to HML which manages pounds 43 billion-worth of mortgages on behalf of 50 financial institutions.
Some 47% of properties repossessed will be in terraces, according to a report by financial outsourcing company HML, which estimates that Wales will have the second highest rate of any UK region during the year.