Definitions for "EGR"
An emissions-control system that reduces an engine's production of oxides of nitrogen by diluting the air/fuel mixture with exhaust gas so that peak combustion temperatures in the cylinders are lowered.
Exaust Gas Recirculation
Exhaust Gas Re-circulation. A mechanism for reducing engine emissions by re-circulating a percentage of exhaust gases back into the engine air intake system. A cooler is usually required to bring down the temperatures of the air re-entering the engine (referred to as Cooled EGR).
Estimated Growth Rate. Is based on the annual rate that we anticipate the funds to grow by over the medium to long term. Your investment will normally grow by the daily equivalent of this rate during the quarter - you'll see this through an increase in the unit price. The EGR is reviewed at the start of every quarter.
Economic Growth Region. One of the eleven geographic regions designated by Indiana's SSI and WSA teams. The newly defined Economic Growth Regions have been selected carefully so that each makes sense as an internally consistent economic unit, in terms of commute patterns, demographics, and other quantifiable factors.
a state employee who retired from state service prior to January 1, 1956. EGRs also include certain municipal employees who retired prior to the date their city or town elected to provide health insurance benefits to their employees/retirees and whose municipality has elected to participate in the EGR program.
Effective gross rent. The net rent generated, after adjusting for tenant improvements and other capital costs, lease commissions and other sales expenses