HPR

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HPRHigh Performance Routing (APPN)
HPRHost Plant Resistance (agriculture)
HPRHarvard Political Review (Harvard University; Cambridge, MA)
HPRHigh Performance Routing
HPRHome Page Reader
HPRHigh Performance Research Network
HPRHome Page Reader (IBM Software)
HPRHealth Protection Report (publication; UK)
HPRHouse of Pacific Relations (San Diego, CA)
HPRHighly Protected Risk
HPRHigh Performance Rule (sailboat handicapping)
HPRHolding Period Return
HPRHighest Previous Rate
HPRHIV Prevention Research
HPRHealth Planning Region (various locations)
HPRHigh Pressure Reactor
HPRHidden Point Removal (algorithm)
HPRHealth Program Representative (various locations)
HPRHeritage Protection Reform (UK)
HPRHigh-Point Rendel (UK)
HPRHigh Powered Rocketry
HPRHigh Priority Request
HPRHospital/Physician Relations
HPRHigh Priority Recommendation (Australian)
HPRHiring Process Report
HPRHydro-acoustic Position Reference
HPRHunter, Pointer, Retriever (hunting dog)
HPRHeave Pitch Roll (sensor)
HPRHuman Performance Reliability
HPRHigh Pass Resolution Perimetry (computing protocol for measuring perimeter vision)
HPRHigh Peak Rate
HPRHigh Priority Requisition (Canadian Department of National Defence DND)
HPRHostes Populi Romani (Latin: Enemies of the Roman People, epigraphy)
HPRHardware Problem Report
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Ret(-12:-2) Stock holding period return from t-12 to t-2 months.
Table 2: Daily holding period return for the day -17 to day +1 CAR Holding Period Return -17 0.
it] is the holding period return to stock i in period t, [r.
In the earlier discussion of holding period return, the concept of "tax impact" was briefly introduced.
t] is the holding period returns associated with a long-term U.
The most interesting result is that the holding period return is insignificant at conventional levels (t = -0.
AR yields the most upwardly biased mean daily holding period return, Roll's RB and BH equations include the product operator ([Pi]).
From these data quarterly value-weighted holding period returns are calculated using the following formula:
After 24 months in their postmatch period, Greif's holding period return is 100%, while Xerox's holding period return is -36%.
Post announcement holding period returns (HPRs) of the S&P 500 index were calculated using the following formula: Holding period return = (end of period close price--beginning of period close price)/beginning of period close price.
Romer calculated a holding period return to capture the wealth effect and a measure of stock price volatility to capture the uncertainty effect, and included these independent variables in an equation explaining consumer durable production.
12% growth rate, a zero percent distribution yield, a holding period of 10 years, and a required holding period return of 21.