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What does MROR stand for?

MROR stands for Market Rate of Return

This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Business, finance, etc.

Samples in periodicals archive:

If the fund does well over the next five years -- returns profits of 9% per year -- private investors get a market rate of return on their very risky equity investment and the equivalent of an "annual management fee" equal to 2% of assets under management.
They include: * Amending the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) to clarify that governmental defined benefit plans may credit interest at rates above the market rate of return if the governmental plan's interest rate was set by federal, state, or local law.
Generally, its underlying premise is that the payer should earn no greater than a market rate of return from exploitation of the intellectual property, and that any above-market returns should be realized by the contributor.
Net operating cash flow of the firm - Cash flow to debt holders - Cash flow to leaseholders/ Cash flow to equity holders When performing financial calculations, it is important to comply with the principle of consistency in the following ways: * Cash flow that belongs only to the equity holders must be capitalized at the required market rate of return of the equity holders to determine the market value of the equity holders' investment in the firm's employed assets ([V.
Ke = Krf + [beta] (Km - Krf) Ke = cost of equity Krf = risk free rate = 90-day Treasury Bill rate Km = expected market rate of return [beta] = measure of risk compared to the overall market FIGURE 2 THE IMPACT OF BETA ON THE COST OF EQUITY Assume: Krf = 2%, Km = 12% If Beta = 0.