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(of a rate of interest, inflation, or return on an investment) recalculated as an annual rate.‘an annualized yield of about 11.5%’
- ‘Another factor you want to look at is the annualized rate of return, which is required to be presented always as net of fees and trading costs.’
- ‘Bank America saw Total Assets expand at a 12% annualized rate during the quarter.’
- ‘Since August, sales of new cars have fallen from an annualized rate of 18.7 million to an estimated 16 million in October.’
- ‘Sales peaked in 1998, at $1.1 billion, and are now running at an annualized rate of just $640 million.’
- ‘December New Home Sales were reported at a weaker-than-expected annualized rate of 1.098 million units.’
- ‘Loans increased at an annualized rate of 16.5% during the quarter to $231.5 billion.’
- ‘Total Assets increased at a 9% annualized rate during the quarter.’
- ‘The annualized rate of increase of Euro deposits moved up dramatically.’
- ‘It is simply difficult to comprehend a trillion dollar balance sheet expanding at a 41% annualized rate.’
- ‘Last week, Treasury adjusted the interest rate on I Bonds to an annualized rate of 2.57%.’
- ‘In the graph below, the annualized rate of new home construction is shown to have surpassed the two surges of the 1970s when inflation was out of control.’
- ‘Miscellaneous Assets expanded at an annualized rate of $314.6 billion to a record $1.54 Trillion.’
- ‘Financial sector commercial paper borrowings have increased at a 36% annualized rate over the past seven weeks.’
- ‘Unsecured lending, particularly in credit cards, continues to grow by over 10% at an annualized rate.’
- ‘Although payouts have fallen from August last year, the annualised rate of return is still healthy compared with other forms of investment.’
- ‘When January's existing home sales data was reported at an annualized rate of 6.5 million I had to force myself not to over-react.’
- ‘The Corporate sector borrowed at an annualized rate of 0.2% during the quarter.’
- ‘Home mortgage credit increased at a record annualized rate of $614 billion.’
- ‘July Construction Spending was reported at a record annualized rate of $997 billion.’
- ‘Federal government debt increased at an annualized rate of $396 billion.’
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