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Antonyms for break even

make neither profit nor loss

attain a level at which there is neither gain nor loss, as in business, gambling, or a competitive sport

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The 'AAA' breakeven AP corresponds to a breakeven overcollateralisation of 9.
Marmore MENA Intelligence published a report on the fiscal breakeven oil price, the BEP which is the oil price that balances an oil-exporting country's budget.
The only country in the Mena that can still generate a fiscal surplus with current oil prices is Kuwait, which posts a breakeven price of $50 for 2015, as estimated by the International Monetary Fund.
The outlook for 2014 points to diminishing fiscal space, with actual and fiscal breakeven oil prices converging.
We, therefore, expect that the breakeven price needed to induce a risk-averse landowner to convert the land to an energy crop will increase as the variability in returns with energy crop production increases relative to the variability in the returns from the existing use of the land.
In particular, we look at the five-and ten-year inflation swap rates and the breakeven inflation rates.
Kuwait is not alone in watching its breakeven crude prices double, even as oil prices climb.
M2 EQUITYBITES-2 August 2010-Standard Register achieves breakeven net loss per share for second quarter 2010(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
In the bond market, this news led to a rally in breakeven rates.
In order to perform effective breakeven analysis using the formulas illustrated above, you need to be able to identify all of your costs and assign them to fixed or variable "buckets.
Now the Bad News: The wind in the UK means that your generator will only be available, on average, 48 hours per week - the break-even now go up to 36 years and if these items are then only switched on for half that time, the breakeven increases to over 70 years.
If the offer was "This newsletter costs $242 and is worth every dime," the breakeven number came down to 75.
EVERYONE KNOWS ABOUT breakeven, contribution per order and lifetime value (LTV), even if they don't fully know how to measure them or what to do with the numbers once they have them.