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  • n. Plural form of break-even.


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  • "With nominal rates so low, in order have high TIPS break-evens you've got to have negative real yields on the five-year."

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  • We are in the midst of a risk-off trade, and break-evens are considered risk assets. -- Top News

  • It's all about what we call lean manufacturing processes within North America, which continuously work to drive down the operating costs, and that's one of the reasons why the break-evens in that business keep coming down.

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  • "A more dovish and stimulative Fed means that they are risking inflation in order to get the unemployment rate down, which is causing break-evens to rally," said Michael Pond, co- head of interest-rate strategy in New York at Barclays Plc, one of 21 primary dealers that trade with the Fed. -- Top News

  • If we are required to pay franchisee fees, which are huge, we have to work very hard to ensure that the break-evens are achieved, as no investor puts in monies to earn losses.

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  • "Right now he's looking into getting into sheep, so as he's budgeting, he's recalling what he's learned about rations to figure out his break-evens."


  • Mirrors and Space Chimps were probably break-evens.


  • This spreadsheet can help calculate the benefits per year and per acre, the breakeven investment amount, and the years required for investment break-evens.


  • Sure, a few specialists are raking it in, but most primary care providers and many, many not-for-profit hospitals take Medicare partly due to their largess, and partly due to their ability to charge non-Medicare patients extra to make-up for some of their Medicare break-evens and losses.


  • When I first got onto the internet the thing that most amazed and delighted me was all the individual creativity and passion for a huge range of different things that the traditional media with its minimum runs and break-evens just didn’t have room for.

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