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R&D
Research and development tends to be a separate function within a company focused on the creation and improvement of products and processes, ...
R&D tax credits
Generally, enhanced deductions on research and development (R&D) are available in respect of qualifying revenue R&D expenditure. ...
R-squared
In statistics, R-squared (R2), or the coefficient of determination, is a widely used measure of a model (regression) performance against ...
raider
A hostile takeover scenario in which a corporate or individual investor begins to build up a stake in a target company with the ultimate aim ...
rainmaker
The term rainmaker is used in the US legal profession to describe a person who due to their big name and wide circle of contacts can ...
rally
A sharp rise in the market, or in the value of a particular stock, bond, commodity or currency, after a period of losses or range-bound ...
ramp up
To boost. Can refer, for instance, to increasing output (ramp up production), or to when a company attempts to push up the price of its ...
range-bound
This is where a market, or the value of a particular stock, bond, commodity or currency, moves within a relatively tight range for a certain ...
rapidly developing economy multinationals
These are multinational enterprises from developing countries. Much of the world’s economic growth is occurring in the rapidly ...
raroc
Risk adjusted return on capital (raroc): A way of measuring profitability that takes into account the riskiness of an activity. ...
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