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AcronymDefinition
ROESRemote Order Entry System
ROESReflecting on Elementary Science (Missouri)
ROESReview of Economic Studies (journal; Blackwell Publishing)
ROESRiver Oaks Elementary School (various locations)
ROESReceive-Only Earth Station (satellite telecommunications)
ROESRepresentatives of Employees Safety (UK)
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The ROE, which is calculated by simply dividing a company's net income by its stockholders' equity, is used to measure how well management is using investors' money to generate profits.
Over the last couple of years our ROEs have been below where they'll be on a longer term run rate.
Fitch assumes that the FERC-authorized return on equity (ROE) on ATC's transmission assets will stabilize at 10.2% (inclusive of adders), in line with the administrative law judge (ALJ) recommendation in the pending ROE challenge.
The new rates would have been based on 12.5% return of equity (ROE) for Kern River, based on costs of a 2002 expansion project which went into service in 2003.
Priority Bank, an Ozark-based thrift, topped the ROE chart with an adjusted 46.63 percent and saw an increase from 35.22 percent ROE in 2007.
Elizabeth and Walter Roe, both 64, made life for the children in the 70s and 80s a "living nightmare".
And during hard economic times, the Roes "sold" their groceries and supplies to the local people on credit.
The Kona biotech firm bested a field of nine prominent, publicly traded companies by posting a 95 percent increase in sales, a 158 percent increase in profits, and most importantly, a solid return on shareholders' equity (ROE) of 14.5 percent.
As a conservative view, Fitch assumes that the FERC-authorized return on equity (ROE) on ATC's transmission assets will be reduced to 10.2% (inclusive of adders), in line with the administrative law judge (ALJ) recommendation in the pending second ROE complaint.