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  • Capital Accumulation

    This refers to profits that a company uses to increase its capital base. Capital accumulation involves acquiring more assets that can be used to create…

  • Capital Addition

    The cost involved for adding new assets or bettering existing assets within a business. Capital additions can take the form of adding new parts that could…

  • Capital Appreciation

    A rise in the value of an asset based on a rise in market price. Essentially, the capital that was invested in the security has increased in value, and…

  • Capital Asset

    A type of asset that is not easily sold in the regular course of a business's operations for cash and is generally owned for its role in contributing…

  • Capital Asset Pricing Model - CAPM

    A model that describes the relationship between risk and expected return and that is used in the pricing of risky securities. The general idea behind…

  • Capital Base

    1. The capital acquired during an IPO, or the additional offerings of a company, plus any retained earnings. 2. An initial investment plus subsequent…

  • Capital Budgeting

    The process in which a business determines whether projects such as building a new plant or investing in a long-term venture are worth pursuing. Oftentimes…

  • Capital Employed

    1. The total amount of capital used for the acquisition of profits. 2. The value of all the assets employed in a business. 3. Fixed assets plus working…

  • Capital Expenditure - CAPEX

    Funds used by a company to acquire or upgrade physical assets such as property, industrial buildings or equipment. This type of outlay is made by companies…

  • Capital Formation

    A term used to describe net capital accumulation during an accounting period. Capital formation refers to net additions of capital stock such as equipment…

  • Capital Gain

    1. An increase in the value of a capital asset (investment or real estate) that gives it a higher worth than the purchase price. The gain is not realized…

  • Capital Gains Yield

    The price appreciation component of a security's (such as a common stock) total return. For stock holdings, the capital gains yield will be the change…

  • Capital Gearing

    The degree to which a company acquires assets or to which it funds its ongoing operations with long- or short-term debt. Capital gearing will differ between…

  • Capital Goods

    Any goods used by an organization to produce other goods. Examples of capital goods include office buildings, equipment and machinery.

  • Capital Improvement

    The addition of a permanent structural improvement or the restoration of some aspect of a property that will either enhance the property''''s overall…

  • Capital Intensive

    A business process or an industry that requires large amounts of money and other financial resources to produce a good or service. A business is considered…

  • Capital Lease

    A lease considered to have the economic characteristic of asset ownership. A capital lease is an example of accrual accounting's inclusion of economic events.

  • Capital Loss Carryover

    The net amount of capital losses that aren't deductible for the current tax year but can be carried over into future tax years. Net capital losses (total…

  • Capital Rationing

    The act of placing restrictions on the amount of new investments or projects undertaken by a company. This is accomplished by imposing a higher cost of…

  • Capital Reduction

    The process of decreasing a company's shareholder equity through share cancellations and share repurchases. The reduction of capital is done by companies…

  • Capital Reserve

    A type of account on a municipality's or company's balance sheet that is reserved for long-term capital investment projects or any other large and anticipated…

  • Capital Stock

    The common and preferred stock a company is authorized to issue, according to their corporate charter. Capital stock are normally listed on a company…

  • Capital Structure

    A mix of a company's long-term debt, specific short-term debt, common equity and preferred equity. The capital structure is how a firm finances its overall…

  • Capital Surplus

    Equity which cannot otherwise be classified as capital stock or retained earnings. It's usually created from a stock issued at a premium over par value…

  • Capitalization

    1. In accounting, it is where costs to acquire an asset are included in the price of the asset.2. The sum of a corporation's stock, long-term debt and…

  • Capitalization Of Earnings

    A method of determining the value of an organization by calculating the net present value (NPV) of expected future profits or cash flows. The capitalization…

  • Capitalization Rate

    A rate of return on a real estate investment property based on the expected income that the property will generate. Capitalization rate is used to estimate…

  • Capitalize

    An accounting method used to delay the recognition of expenses by recording the expense as long-term assets. In general, capitalizing expenses is beneficial…

  • Capitalized Cost

    An expense that is added to the cost basis of a fixed asset on a company's balance sheet. Capitalized Costs are incurred when building or financing fixed…

  • Capitalized Lease Method

    An accounting approach that identifies a company's lease obligation as an asset on its balance sheet. This is done because although the company has not…

  • Captive Finance Company

    A subsidiary whose purpose is to provide financing to customers buying the parent company's product. The captive finance company is usually wholly owned…

  • Car Title Loan

    A short-term loan in which the borrower's car title is used as collateral. The borrower must be the lien holder (i.e. own the car outright). Loans are…

  • Carried Interest

    A share of any profits that the general partners of private equity and hedge funds receive as compensation, despite not contributing any initial funds…

  • Carrot Equity

    A type of equity where current equity owners can purchase additional equity if the company reaches certain financial goals or benchmarks. Financial goals…

  • Carrying Cost Of Inventory

    The cost of maintaining inventory in a company's warehouse. This includes things like rent, utilities, insurance, taxes, employee costs and the opportunity…

  • Carrying Value

    An accounting measure of value, where the value of an asset or a company is based on the figures in the company's balance sheet. For assets, the value…

  • Cash Accounting

    An accounting method where receipts are recorded during the period they are received, and the expenses in the period in which they are actually paid…

  • Cash And Cash Equivalents - CCE

    An item on the balance sheet that reports the value of a company's assets that are cash or can be converted into cash immediately. Examples of cash and…

  • Cash Asset Ratio

    The current value of marketable securities and cash, divided by the company's current liabilities. Also known as the cash ratio, the cash asset ratio…

  • Cash Available For Debt Service - CADS

    A ratio that measures the amount of cash a company has on hand as compared to its debt service obligations. Debt service obligations include all current…

  • Cash Basis

    A major accounting method that recognizes revenues and expenses at the time physical cash is actually received or paid out. This contrasts to the other…

  • Cash Book

    A financial journal that contains all cash receipts and payments, including bank deposits and withdrawals. Entries in the cash book are then posted into…

  • Cash Budget

    An estimation of the cash inflows and outflows for a business or individual for a specific period of time. Cash budgets are often used to assess whether…

  • Cash Charge

    A charge off made by a company against earnings that requires an initial outlay of cash. Oftentimes, when a company is attempting to downsize or increase…

  • Cash Conversion Cycle - CCC

    A metric that expresses the length of time, in days, that it takes for a company to convert resource inputs into cash flows. The cash conversion cycle…

  • Cash Cost

    A cash basis accounting cost recognition process that classifies costs as they are paid for in cash, and is recognized in the general ledger at the point…

  • Cash Cow

    1. One of the four categories (quadrants) in the BCG growth-share matrix that represents the division within a company that has a large market share within…

  • Cash Discount

    An incentive that a seller offers to a buyer in return for paying a bill owed before the scheduled due date. The seller will usually reduce the amount…

  • Cash Earnings Per Share - Cash EPS

    A measure of financial performance that looks at the cash flow generated by a company on a per share basis. This differs from basic earnings per share…

  • Cash Equivalents

    Investment securities that are short-term, have high credit quality and are highly liquid.Also referred to as "cash and equivalents". Cash equivalents…

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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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