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Synonyms for factor

one of the individual entities contributing to a whole

one of the conditions or facts attending an event and having some bearing on it

Synonyms for factor

one of two or more integers that can be exactly divided into another integer

any of the numbers (or symbols) that form a product when multiplied together

an independent variable in statistics

be a contributing factor

consider as relevant when making a decision

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As Mark Stahl, senior vice president at consulting firm Callan, says, "Conventional capitalization- weighted indexes certainly have exposures to factors, but, for investors who believe in a factor approach, there are better ways to home in on them."
[USPRwire, Wed Aug 21 2019] Factor XIII deficiency is a rare genetic blood disorder that is characterised by the deficiency of clotting factor XIII.
Summary: Clotting factors are proteins that play an important role in blood clotting.
In a survey of over 300 institutional and wholesale factor investors globally, Invesco found that as respondents gain experience in utilizing factor portfolios they are increasing their usage.
Pharmaceuticals company Roche (SIX:RO)(OTCQX:RHHBY) stated on Tuesday that it has passed the US FDA clearance for the cobas Factor II and Factor V Test for use on the cobas 4800 system for testing of patients for inherited thrombophilia.
"Factor investing is based on the idea that a small number of factors dominate the returns of the portfolio," Vijay Vaidyanathan, CEO of Optimal Asset Management, told ThinkAdvisor.
10/1997 on easing the financial deadlock and economic losses as a contract between a party called adherent supplying goods or providing services, and a bank or financial institution specializing called factor, which the latter shall finance tracking receivables and credit risk protection and adherent gives to the factor, by way of sale or pledge, claims arising from the sale of goods or provision of services for third parties.
Out of these 435 patients 273 (62.8%) had coagulation factor deficiency, 81 (18.6%) had platelet function defects and 81 (18.6%) had vWF deficiency.
A revolving line of credit backed by receivables that is offered by a bank may have an interest cost that is a fraction of the discount applied by a factor.
Egypt's existing factor providers, Egypt Factors and credit insurance provider Export Credit Guarantee of Egypt (ECGE) addressed the audience of gathered bankers and manufacturers alongside representatives from China, Turkey and the US, all well-established factoring markets.
The Factor (a financial establishment: Commercial Bank, insurance or reinsurance company, the cooperative credit, which in return for the commissions pays the Adherent all the accepted claims and by taking over the rights of the Adherent, cashes at the maturity the claims from the Adherent's debtors);
The Zubulake court stated that the following seven factors should be part of any cost-shifting analysis:
Through factor analysis, previous research has indicated that a single latent construct accounts for the majority of the variance in students' night-sky watching attitudes, interests, and self-reported behaviors (Kelly, 2003; Kelly & Kelly, 2003).
Capacity fell 4.5% to 12.4 billion ASMs, lifting load factor 4.7 points to an October record 77.1%.
BARCELONA -- Patients with metabolic syndrome have an increased risk of developing atrial fibrillation compared with patients with a single risk factor for cardiovascular disease, based on an analysis of more than 13,000 patients.