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  • Administrative Charge

    A fee charged by an insurer or other agency responsible for administering a group employee benefit plan to cover expenses related to record keeping and…

  • Administrative Expenses

    The expenses that an organization incurs not directly tied to a specific function such as manufacturing/production or sales. These expenses are related…

  • Administrative Services Only - ASO

    An arrangement in which an organization funds its own employee benefit plan such as a pension plan or health insurance program but hires an outside firm…

  • Advance Payment

    Any type of payment that is made ahead of its normal schedule, such as paying for a good or service before you actually receive the good or service. Advance…

  • Advanced Funded Pension Plan

    A pension plan that is funded concurrently with the employee's accrued benefits, such that the funds are set aside well before the employee's retirement…

  • Advanced Internal Rating-Based - AIRB

    An approach that requests that all risk components be calculated internally within a financial institution. The advanced internal rating-based (AIRB)…

  • Adverse Action

    An action that denies an individual or business credit, employment, insurance or other benefits. An adverse action is generally taken by a business or…

  • Adverse Opinion

    A professional opinion made by an auditor indicating that a company's financial statements are misrepresented, misstated, and do not accurately reflect…

  • Adversely Classified Asset

    A type of loan classification in which the loan or other asset is considered, to some degree, to be impaired. It is an asset that is considered by bank…

  • Affinity Card

    A type of credit card issued by a bank and a charitable organization whose logo appears on the card. Each time the card is used, a percentage of the transaction…

  • Affirmative Covenant

    A type of promise or contract which requires a party to do something. For example, a bond covenant that provides that the issuer will maintain adequate…

  • After Tax Operating Income - ATOI

    A company's total operating income after taxes. This non-GAAP measure excludes any after-tax benefits or charges such as effects from accounting changes…

  • After-Tax Income

    The amount of money that an individual or company has left over after all federal, state and withholding taxes have been deducted from taxable income…

  • After-Tax Profit Margin

    A financial performance ratio, calculated by dividing net income after taxes by net sales. A company's after-tax profit margin is important because it…

  • Aggressive Accounting

    The practice of inappropriately misconstruing income statements for the purpose of pleasing investors and inflating stock prices. Hiding losses within…

  • Aggressive Investment Strategy

    A method of portfolio management and asset allocation that attempts to achieve maximum return. Because their aim is capital growth, aggressive investors…

  • Aging

    A method used by accountants and investors to evaluate and identify any irregularities within a company's account receivables. Aging is achieved by sorting…

  • Agio

    A description of the bond premium when the bond market value is greater than the par value. In international markets, agio can also sometimes refer to…

  • Allowance For Bad Debt

    A valuation account used to estimate the portion of a bank’s loan portfolio that will ultimately be uncollectible. When a loan goes bad, the asset is…

  • Allowance For Doubtful Accounts

    An estimation made by a company and documented on its balance sheet for receivables that might go uncollected. It is standard practice for a company…

  • Alpha

    1. A measure of performance on a risk-adjusted basis. Alpha takes the volatility (price risk) of a mutual fund and compares its risk-adjusted performance…

  • Alternative Depreciation System - ADS

    A depreciation schedule with a straight-line recovery period that generally mirrors the class life of the asset's depreciation. Taxpayers who elect to…

  • Alternative Fuels Tax Credit

    A non-refundable tax credit awarded to taxpayers who use non-alcohol alternative fuels that are either sold commercially by the taxpayer or used in the…

  • Altman Z-Score

    A predictive model created by Edward Altman in the 1960s. This model combines five different financial ratios to determine the likelihood of bankruptcy…

  • Amount Realized

    The gain or loss resulting from a sale of an asset. The amount realized encompasses all forms of compensation, including cash, the value of any property…

  • Andersen Effect

    A reference to auditors performing more careful due diligence when auditing companies, in order to prevent accounting errors. This extra level of accounting…

  • Anglo-Saxon Capitalism

    A form of capitalism that is usually associated with the United Kingdom and the United States, but also characterizes the economies of such countries…

  • Annual Addition

    The maximum dollar amount that may be contributed to a participant's retirement account under a defined-contribution plan. For instance, the maximum…

  • Annual Premium Equivalent - APE

    A common sales measure technique used by insurance companies in the United Kingdom where the sales of a given entity are estimated by taking the value…

  • Annual Turnover

    The percentage rate at which a mutual fund or exchange-traded fund replaces its investment holdings on an annual basis. Turnover is meant to adjust for…

  • Annualize

    1. To convert a rate of any length into a rate that reflects the rate on an annual (yearly) basis. This is most often done on rates of less than one year…

  • Anticipation Note

    A short-term obligation that is issued for temporary financing needs by a municipality. The principal payoff may be covered by a future longer-term bond…

  • Any-Occupation Policy

    A term used in the insurance industry to refer to a specific definition of disability when writing disability insurance policies. If you get into an accident…

  • Applied Cost

    A term used in cost accounting to denote the cost assigned to something, which may be different from the actual cost. Cost accounting, which compares…

  • Appraisal Ratio

    A ratio used to measure the quality of a fund's investment picking ability. It compares the fund's alpha (or the adjusted return of the fund assuming the…

  • Appreciation

    An increase in the value of an asset over time. The increase can occur for a number of reasons including increased demand or weakening supply, or as a…

  • Appropriation

    1. The act of setting aside money for a specific purpose. A company or a government appropriates funds in order to delegate cash for the necessities of…

  • Assemble To Order - ATO

    A business production strategy where products ordered by customers are produced quickly and are customizable to a certain extent. The assemble-to-order…

  • Asset

    1. A resource with economic value that an individual, corporation or country owns or controls with the expectation that it will provide future benefit…

  • Asset Coverage Ratio

    A test that determines a company's ability to cover debt obligations with its assets after all liabilities have been satisfied. It is calculated as the…

  • Asset Depreciation Range - ADR

    An elective accounting method established by the Internal Revenue Code for tangible assets placed into service after 1970. Prior to the ADR system, there…

  • Asset Financing

    Using balance sheet assets (such as accounts receivable, short-term investments or inventory) to obtain a loan or borrow money - the borrower provides…

  • Asset Ledger

    The part of a company's accounting records that detail the journal entries relating only to the asset side of the balance sheet. Asset ledgers will have…

  • Asset Performance

    A business's ability to take productive resources and manage them within its operations to produce subsequent returns. Asset performance is typically…

  • Asset Play

    An incorrectly valued stock that is attractive because its combined asset value is greater than its market capitalization. This type of stock is called…

  • Asset Redeployment

    The strategic relocation of company assets in order to increase profitability. By redeploying assets, a company is restructuring itself in order to become…

  • Asset Retirement Obligation

    An accounting rule established by Financial Accounting Standards Board Rule No. 143 in June 2001 that requires public companies to recognize the fair…

  • Asset Stripping

    The process of buying an undervalued company with the intent to sell off its assets for a profit. The individual assets of the company, such as its equipment…

  • Asset Turnover

    The amount of sales generated for every dollar's worth of assets. It is calculated by dividing sales in dollars by assets in dollars.Formula: Also known…

  • Asset Valuation

    The process of determining the current worth of a portfolio, company, investment, or balance sheet item. The tools used for asset valuation include quantitative…

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Валюта Время BUY SELL Profit
EURUSD 02.22 10:02 1.1035 1.1003 +32
GBPUSD 02.22 10:02 1.4168 1.407 +98
USDCHF 02.21 06:02 0.992 0.9886 +34
USDJPY 02.21 06:02 113.04 112.42 +63
AUDUSD 02.22 06:02 0.7243 0.7212 +31
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