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  • Cost Synergy

    In the context of mergers, cost synergy is the savings in operating costs expected after two companies that compliment each other's strengths join. The…

  • Council of Petroleum Accountants Societies - COPAS

    A council created to discuss and solve the difficulties inherent in accounting in the oil and gas industry. Created in 1961, COPAS discussions have created…

  • Coverage Ratio

    An accounting ratio that helps measure a company's ability to meet its obligations satisfactorily. A coverage ratio encompasses many different types…

  • Cramming

    An emergency test-preparation strategy that involves an attempt to absorb copious amounts of information in a short period prior to an exam. Cramming…

  • Credit Analysis

    A type of analysis an investor or bond portfolio manager performs on companies or other debt issuing entities encompassing the entity's ability to meet…

  • Credit Denial

    The rejection of a credit application by the prospective lender. Usually credit denial comes as a result of the borrower's perceived inability to pay…

  • Credit Quality

    One of the principal criteria for judging the investment quality of a bond or bond mutual fund. As the term implies, credit quality informs investors…

  • Credit Ticket

    In accounting and bookkeeping, a credit ticket is a transaction that generates a credit in the general ledger. An example of a credit ticket would be…

  • Crop Method

    This method of accounting is available for farmers who do not harvest and sell their crops in the same year that they planted and grew them. The crop method…

  • Crop Yield

    A measurement of the amount of a crop that was harvested per unit of land area. Crop yield is the measurement often used for a cereal, grain or legume…

  • Cross Holding

    When listed corporations own securities issued by other listed corporations. In terms of indexes, cross holdings can create a form of double-counting…

  • Cross-Border Outstanding

    Any loan, receivable or payment extended to or owed by a person or entity outside the domestic borders of a bank's or company's home country. The outstanding…

  • Cross-Sectional Analysis

    A type of analysis an investor, analyst or portfolio manager may conduct on a company in relation to that company's industry or industry peers. The analysis…

  • Crossover Fund

    An investment fund that has investment holdings in both public and private equity. This is to say that it invests in companies that are traded publicly…

  • Crystallization

    The act of selling and buying stocks almost instantaneously in order to increase or decrease book value. This is a routine method used by many investors…

  • Cumulative Discount Privilege

    A way that an investor in a mutual fund can qualify for lowered fees by totaling transactions in several funds from the same fund family to obtain a reduced…

  • Current Assets

    1. A balance sheet account that represents the value of all assets that are reasonably expected to be converted into cash within one year in the normal…

  • Current Cost of Supplies - CCS

    This refers to the net income of a company after taking into account the increase (or decrease) in expenses over the reporting period. It is typically…

  • Current Liabilities

    A company's debts or obligations that are due within one year. Current liabilities appear on the company's balance sheet and include short term debt…

  • Current Portion Of Long-Term Debt (CPLTD)

    A portion of the balance sheet that represents the total amount of long-term debt that must be paid within the next year. The balance sheet has a liability…

  • Current Rate Method

    A method of foreign currency translation where most items in the financial statements are translated at the current exchange rate. The exception would…

  • Current Ratio

    A liquidity ratio that measures a company's ability to pay short-term obligations. The Current Ratio formula is: Also known as "liquidity ratio", "cash…

  • Current Yield

    Annual income (interest or dividends) divided by the current price of the security. This measure looks at the current price of a bond instead of its face…

  • Curve Steepener Trade

    A strategy that uses derivatives to benefit from escalating yield differences that occur as a result of increases in the yield curve between two Treasury…

  • Darvas Box Theory

    A trading strategy that was developed in 1956 by former ballroom dancer Nicolas Darvas.  Darvas' trading technique involved buying into stocks that were…

  • Day Cycle

    The time period alloted for the delivery of Automated Clearing House debits and credits from an originator to its processor. Typical hours are between…

  • Days Payable Outstanding - DPO

    A company's average payable period. Calculated as:Notice that the formula may also be written as: accounts payable / (cost of sales/number of days)…

  • Days Sales Of Inventory - DSI

    A financial measure of a company's performance that gives investors an idea of how long it takes a company to turn its inventory (including goods that…

  • Days Sales Outstanding - DSO

    A measure of the average number of days that a company takes to collect revenue after a sale has been made. A low DSO number means that it takes a company…

  • Days Working Capital

    An accounting and finance term used to describe how many days it will take for a company to convert its working capital into revenue. The faster a company…

  • Debasement

    1. To lower the value, quality or status of something or someone.2. To lower the value (of a coin) by adding metal of inferior value.In other words, debasement…

  • Debit

    An accounting entry which results in either an increase in assets or a decrease in liabilities on a company's balance sheet or in your bank account…

  • Debit Ticket

    An accounting entry recorded as a debit that acknowledges money owed. When payment is received a corresponding credit is entered to cancel the debit…

  • Debt

    An amount of money borrowed by one party from another. Many corporations/individuals use debt as a method for making large purchases that they could not…

  • Debt Bomb

    This occurs when a major financial institution, such as a multinational bank, defaults on its obligations that causes disruption not only in the financial…

  • Debt Fatigue

    When a debtor stops making payments on his or her debts and starts spending again after being overwhelmed by the amount of debt incurred and the seeming…

  • Debt Load

    The amount of debt or leverage that a company is carrying on its books. The amount of debt a firm is carrying can be found in the company's balance sheet…

  • Debt Ratio

    A ratio that indicates what proportion of debt a company has relative to its assets. The measure gives an idea to the leverage of the company along with…

  • Debt-Adjusted Cash Flow - DACF

    A financial ratio commonly used in the analysis of oil companies, representing the after-tax operating cash flow, excluding financial expenses after taxes…

  • Debt-Service Coverage Ratio - DSCR

    1. In corporate finance, it is the amount of cash flow available to meet annual interest and principal payments on debt, including sinking fund payments…

  • Debt-To-Capital Ratio

    A measurement of a company's financial leverage, calculated as the company's debt divided by its total capital. Debt includes all short-term and long…

  • Debt/EBITDA

    A measure of a company's ability to pay off its incurred debt. This ratio gives the investor the approximate amount of time that would be needed to pay…

  • Debt/Equity Ratio

    A measure of a company's financial leverage calculated by dividing its total liabilities by stockholders' equity. It indicates what proportion of equity…

  • Decile

    A method of splitting up a set of ranked data into 10 equally large subsections. This type of data ranking is performed as part of many academic and statistical…

  • Declining Balance Method

    A common depreciation-calculation system that involves applying the depreciation rate against the non-depreciated balance. Instead of spreading the cost…

  • Defeasance

    A provision that voids a bond or loan when the borrower sets aside cash or bonds sufficient enough to service the borrower's debt.Also referred to as…

  • Defeased Securities

    Securities that have been secured by another asset, such as cash or a cash equivalent, by the debt-issuing firm. Firms that have created defeased securities…

  • Defensive Interval Ratio

    An efficiency ratio that measures how many days a company can operate without having to access non-current (long-term) assets. The defensive interval…

  • Deferred Charge

    A prepaid expense that is recognized on the balance sheet as an asset until it is used. Recording deferred charges in this manner ensures that a company…

  • Deferred Income Tax

    A liability recorded on the balance sheet that results from income already earned and recognized for accounting, but not tax, purposes. Also, differences…

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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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