TSR

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TSR. Means the compound annual total stockholder return of the Company (or of a company in the S&P 500 Index, as applicable), as measured by the change in the price of a Share (or the publicly traded securities of a company in the S&P 500 Index, as applicable) over the Performance Period (positive or negative), calculated based on the Average Market Value on the first day of the Performance Period as the beginning share price, and the Average Market Value on the last day of the Performance Period as... the ending share price, and assuming dividends (if any) are reinvested based on the price of a Share (or the publicly traded securities of a company in the S&P 500 Index, as applicable) in accordance with the "gross" or "total" return methodology as defined by S&P Dow Jones. View More
TSR. Means the The compound annual total stockholder shareholder return of the Company (or of a company in the S&P 500 Index, as applicable), as measured by the change in the price of a an Ordinary Share (or the publicly traded securities of a company in the S&P 500 Index, as applicable) over the Performance Period (positive or negative), calculated based on the Average Market Value ending on the first day of the Performance Period as the beginning share price, and the Average Market Value ending on... the last day of the Performance Period as the ending share price, and assuming dividends (if any) are reinvested based on the price of a an Ordinary Share (or the publicly traded securities of a company in the S&P 500 Index, as applicable) in accordance with the "gross" or "total" return methodology as defined by S&P Dow Jones. View More
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TSR. For the Company or any member of the Peer Group for the Performance Period means the percentage (to the third decimal place) derived from a fraction the numerator of which is the Change in Stock Value, and the denominator of which is the Beginning Stock Value. Share prices used in determining TSR shall be appropriately adjusted for stock splits and stock dividends and any other events or transactions described in Section 4.2 of the Plan which may occur during the Beginning Period and the... Performance Period. View More
TSR. Means a company's cumulative total shareholder return as measured by dividing (i) the sum of (A) the cumulative amount of dividends for the applicable Performance Period, assuming dividend reinvestment, plus (B) the difference equal to the Ending Stock Value for the applicable Performance Period minus the Beginning Stock Value, by (ii) the Beginning Stock Value.
TSR. Means, for the Measurement Period, the total percentage return per share of, as applicable, the Common Stock and the common stock of each Index company, calculated as the excess of the Closing Stock Price over the Initial Stock Price plus all dividends and other distributions paid during the Measurement Period divided by the Initial Stock Price.
TSR. Means a company's total shareholder return, calculated based on the stock price appreciation during a specified measurement period plus the value of dividends paid on such stock during the measurement period (which shall be deemed to have been reinvested in the underlying company's stock on the ex-dividend date); provided that the Committee may make appropriate adjustments to reflect any changes in the capital stock of any Peer Group company (e.g. stock splits, subdivision or consolidation of... shares) that occurs during the Performance Period. View More
TSR. Total Shareholder Return
TSR. Means, with respect to the Performance Period, the total value delivered to stockholders of the Company (or of a Peer Company, as applicable), as measured by the change in the price of the Common Stock of the Company (or common stock of a Peer Company, as applicable) over the Performance Period (positive or negative) from the Beginning Market Value for the Performance Period to the Ending Market Value for such Performance Period, plus dividends paid over the Performance Period assuming... dividends are reinvested based on the price of the Common Stock of the Company (or common stock of a Peer Company, as applicable) on the last trading day of the month during which the ex-dividend date occurs. View More
TSR. Means total shareholder return as determined by dividing (i) the sum of (A) the Ending Period Average Price minus the Beginning Period Average Price plus (B) all dividends and other distributions paid on the company's shares during the applicable period by (ii) the Beginning Period Average Price, in each case adjusted for stock splits and other changes in capital structure. In calculating TSR, all dividends are assumed to have been reinvested in shares on the ex-dividend date. The Committee... shall have the authority to make appropriate equitable adjustments to account for extraordinary, unusual and infrequently occurring events and transactions affecting the TSR. View More
TSR. Means the total return of the Common Stock over a given period, including price appreciation and the reinvestment of dividends. Data to determine TSR shall be sourced through a reliable third-party provider of financial data to be selected by the Committee. Other capitalized terms used herein, but not defined, shall have the meanings attributed to such terms in the Plan.
TSR. The quotient obtained by dividing Company's Final Stock Price, plus per share dividends paid during the Performance Period (assuming reinvestment in the Company's common stock as of the applicable ex-dividend date), less $[ ⚫ ], divided by (ii) $[ ⚫ ].
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