read-across

read-across

n
a correlation or relationship between two separate things
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In terms of read-across to others in the industry, he thinks the acquisition could raise prospects for greater brokerage/wealth management industry consolidation in which peers, including E-Trade (ETFC) and TD Ameritrade (AMTD), could potentially benefit, Cyprys tells investors.
One such alternative, called read-across, relies on using toxicity information from structurally similar compounds to estimate the toxicity of untested compounds (Patlewicz et al.
During the project-dedicated session, the partners gave talks with a focus on the "Strategic Development of Read-Across within the EU-ToxRisk Project and Beyond".
Read-across structure activity relationship (RASAR) models were constructed using binary fingerprints and Jaccard distance to define chemical similarity.
Airlines suffered steep falls, with budget airline easyJet off 7 percent, while British Airways parent IAG dropped 4 percent, as traders cited a read-across from Ryanair's weak update.
The segment EBITDA margin is reported on a half-yearly basis, and so the EBITDA margin was not reported in these results.Our View: We think that Vodafone Turkey's results are a positive read-across for Turkcell.
The Nickel Institute contended that the European Commission did not properly apply read-across. It failed to conduct sufficient validation or verification testing to demonstrate that a particular hazard property of the source substance was also manifest in the target substance or group of target substances.
But he told the Assembly's Social Development Committee: "There is the read-across financially of pounds 3billion a year net advantage - it's something that you just don't mess with.
While significant progress has been made in the use of data-sharing and read-across to avoid new animal tests, the review concludes that nevertheless over 2.2 million animals have been used to date in new tests for REACH registrations.
The analyst, who did not name the customer that he believes XPO recently lost, added he believes the customer aggressively insourcing its business away from XPO has "a significant negative read-across to other companies in the sector that are exposed to the same customer," particularly UPS (UPS), FedEx (FDX) and C.H.
The workflow is graphically illustrated in Figure 1 and consists of an initial PFAS-Landscape characterization step (0), followed by a series of five steps, described in more detail below, to balance the somewhat competing goals of creating a data set that would support read-across within categories while also capturing structural diversity aspects of the PFAS landscape.