Relative Total Shareholder Return

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Relative Total Shareholder Return. The percentile rank of the Company's Total Shareholder Return as compared to (but not included in) the Total Shareholder Returns of all members of the Peer Group, ranked in descending order, at the end of the Performance Period
Relative Total Shareholder Return. The Or "RTSR" means the percentile rank of the Company's Total Shareholder Return as compared to (but not included in) the Total Shareholder Returns of all members of the Peer Group, ranked in descending order, at the end of the Performance Period Period.
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Relative Total Shareholder Return. The Company's TSR relative to the TSR of the Peer Companies. Relative TSR will be determined by ranking the Company and the Peer Companies from highest to lowest according to their respective TSRs. After this ranking, the percentile performance of the Company relative to the Peer Companies will be determined as follows: where: "P" represents the percentile performance which will be rounded, if necessary, to the nearest whole percentile by application of regular rounding. "N" represents the... remaining number of Peer Companies, plus the Company. "R" represents Company's ranking among the Peer Companies. Example: If there are 1000 remaining Peer Companies, and the Company ranked 500th, the performance would be at the 50th percentile: .50 = 1 – ((500-1)/(1001-1)). View More
Relative Total Shareholder Return. The Company's Total Shareholder Return as compared to the median Total Shareholder Return of the S&P 500 Index
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