The discount rate adjustment technique requires a discount rate to be adjusted to capture the risks inherent in a set of conditional cash flows that represent a single, most likely case scenario.
What does MLC stand for?
MLC stands for Most Likely Case (risk assessment)
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A pathologist's report ruled out drowning and hypothermia as possible causes of death and said that the most likely case was cardiac arrest caused by submersion in the water.
According to Argos Resources, the prospects have a total unrisked potential of 747 million barrels of prospective recoverable resource in the most likely case, and up to 1.
In what we consider to be the most likely case, the conclusion of an agreement settling the Icesave dispute, allowing the resumption of the Nordic loan programme, would cause the outlook to be changed back to stable.
Typically, two additional scenarios are considered: an optimistic and a pessimistic one, which reflect different outcomes, more or less favorable, of the assumptions applied in the most likely case.
The most likely case may involve assuming a 2 percent decline in yield and a 1 to 2 percent increase in discount rate from the 2008 experience, while the worst case may adjust those variables even more, projecting a 2 to 3 percent decline in yield and a 2 to 3 percent increase in discount rate.
The economists' most likely case is for substantially slower growth.