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Branch factor Q testifies to potential of growth of branch. In V.Acharija's research [23] and P.Varma [108] the given indicator settles up as average significance of factors Q of the companies entering into branch.

Between the rate of restoration and sredneotraslevym factor Q observes positive dependence. Thus, the statistical importance of the given factor underlines significance of prospects of development of branch as a whole for an explanation of size of the rate of restoration.

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A source: Antonova Ekaterina Njaimovna. Estimation of the recovery rate for corporate bonds of Russian issuers. Thesis for the degree of candidate of economic sciences. Moscow 2013. 2013

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