Definitions for "ROE"
Keywords:  caviar, milt, shad, egg, unfertilized
The ova or spawn of fishes and amphibians, especially when still inclosed in the ovarian membranes. Sometimes applied, loosely, to the sperm and the testes of the male.
The eggs of fishes.
the egg of a fish.
Return on Equity. A measure of how well a company used reinvested earnings to...
Return on Equity Formula: 100 x (Profit before tax and minority items - Taxes) / (Equity + Minority interests) *2) *1) Capital employed = Operating capital - Net tax liabilities *2) Average of beginning and close of financial period
The ROE ratio measures the profitability of share capital (including minority interests). ROE is calculated by dividing pre-tax income by share capital (including minority interest).
or Rosemary Oleoresin Extract Abbreviation/acronym, Noun — A clear viscous liquid extracted from rosemary oil which is a strong antioxidant (you use approximately 7 grams of ROE to 40 pounds of oil for sufficient antioxidant protection). Not to be confused with rosemary essential oil or rosemary extract. And be careful to purchase a ROE that is *not* in an alcohol or propylene glycol base.
Recognition of Equivalence. statement from TAFE NSW which can then be converted to a certificate or diploma
Report of examination. The document that describes the findings and conclusions of an examination of a savings institution. The roe is comprised of two sections: the narrative section containing analysis and comments of the examiners, and the appendix section containing various schedules, financial data, and other statistics used to support the findings and analysis and the assigned macro rating.... read full article
A mottled appearance of light and shade in wood, especially in mahogany.
Keywords:  deer, species, female
The female of any species of deer.
Details ] [ ] Reached On Error: when a batter reaches first base as a direct result of a fielding error.
Keywords:  engagement, rules
Rules of Engagement
Keywords:  roll, over
Roll Over
Keywords:  see
A roebuck. See Roebuck.