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  • Average Collected Balance

    The average balance of collected funds (less any uncleared or uncollected deposits) in a bank account over a specified period, usually one month. The…

  • Average Outstanding Balance

    The unpaid, interest-bearing balance of a loan or loan portfolio averaged over a period of time, usually one month. The average outstanding balance refers…

  • B/C Loan

    A classification of loans associated with the borrowers that have tainted or limited credit histories. Generally, B/C refers to any loan that is classified…

  • Back-End Load

    A fee (sales charge or load) that investors pay when selling mutual fund shares within a specified number of years, usually five to 10 years. The fee…

  • Bad Check

    A check drawn on a nonexistent account or on an account with insufficient funds to honor the check when presented.  "Passing" bad checks is illegal, and…

  • Balanced Fund

    A fund that combines a stock component, a bond component and, sometimes, a money market component, in a single portfolio. Generally, these hybrid funds…

  • Balloon Loan

    A type of loan which does not fully amortize over its term. Since it is not fully amortized, a balloon payment is required at the end of the term to repay…

  • Balloon Payment

    An oversized payment due at the end of a mortgage, commercial loan or other amortized loan. Because the entire loan amount is not amortized over the life…

  • Bank

    A commercial institution licensed as a receiver of deposits. Banks are mainly concerned with making and receiving payments as well as supplying short…

  • Bank Card

    Any card issued against a depositary account, such as an ATM card or a debit card.  Sometimes the phrase is also used to refer to Visa and Mastercard…

  • Bank Holiday

    Any business day during which commercial banks and savings & loans institutions are closed for business to the public, specifically at physical locations…

  • Bank Identification Number - BIN

    The first four to six digits of a credit card. The bank identification number identifies the institution issuing the card. It is critical to the correct…

  • Bank Statement

    A record, usually sent to the account holder once per month, summarizing all transactions in an account during the time from the previous statement to…

  • Bankruptcy

    A legal proceeding involving a person or business that is unable to repay outstanding debts. The bankruptcy process begins with a petition filed by the…

  • Bankruptcy Trustee

    A person appointed by the United States Trustee, an officer of the Department of Justice, to represent the debtor's estate in a bankruptcy proceeding…

  • BanxQuote Money Markets Index

    A money market index, which can be used as a rate-comparison tool by consumers and financial institutions. BanxQuote provides many kinds of data and tools…

  • Base Pay

    An employee's initial rate of compensation, excluding extra lump sum compensation or increases in the rate of pay. An employee's base pay can be expressed…

  • Beacon Score

    A number that is generated by the Equifax Credit Bureau to rank the credit-worthiness of individuals. Beacon scores are credit scores, which are determined…

  • Bearer Bond

    A fixed-income instrument that is owned by whoever is holding it, rather than having a registered owner.  Coupons representing interest payments are likely…

  • Beneficiary

    A person or entity named in a will or a financial contract as the inheritor of property when the property owner dies. A beneficiary can be a spouse…

  • Benefit Offset

    A reduction in the amount of benefit payments received by a member of a retirement plan which may result when the member owes money to the plan.A benefit…

  • Benjamin Graham

    A scholar and financial analyst who is widely recognized as the father of value investing. His famous book, "The Intelligent Investor", has gained recognition…

  • Bequest

    The process of giving stocks, bonds, or any other assets to beneficiaries through the provisions of a will. Bequests can be made to family, friends…

  • Bi-Monthly Mortgage

    A mortgage plan where half the scheduled monthly payment is made twice a month. This plan is not to be confused with a bi-weekly plan where half the scheduled…

  • Bi-weekly Mortgage

    A mortgage payment plan where payments are made every two weeks, as opposed to the more traditional monthly payment plan. Making mortgage payments every…

  • Bill Of Sale

    A document that details in writing a sale of goods or transfer of property from one party to another. A bill of sale serves as legal evidence that full…

  • Bird Dog

    A real estate investing term that refers to someone who spends their time trying to locate properties with substantial investment potential. Usually…

  • Blank Endorsement

    A signature by the creator of an instrument, such as a check, which enables any holder of the instrument to assert a claim for payment. Because no payee…

  • Blanket Insurance

    A single policy on an insured property that covers more than one type of property at the same location, the same kind of property at more than one location…

  • Blanket Lien

    A lien covering nearly all types of assets and collateral owned by a debtor. A lien usually only gives the creditor the right to a specific asset. A…

  • Blanket Recommendation

    A situation in which a financial professional or institution sends a recommendation to all clients to buy or sell a particular security or product, regardless…

  • Blended Rate

    1. An interest rate charged on a loan, which is in between a previous rate and the new rate. Blended rates are usually offered through the refinancing…

  • Blind Taxpayer

    A taxpayer who qualifies for the additional standard deduction amount accorded to blind persons. Blind taxpayers are eligible to have their standard deductions…

  • Blind Trust

    A trust in which the executors have full discretion over the assets, and the trust beneficiaries have no knowledge of the holdings of the trust. Blind…

  • Blue Book

    A guidebook that compiles and quotes prices for new and used automobiles and other vehicles of all makes, models and types. Formally known as the Kelley…

  • Blue Collar

    A working-class person historically defined by hourly rates of pay and manual labor. A blue collar worker refers to the fact that most manual laborers…

  • Board Certified In Estate Planning - BCE

    A certification offered by the Institute of Business & Finance (IBF) aimed at brokers, advisors and financial planners whose clients are interested in…

  • Bona Fide Error

    An error that was unintentional; an "honest error." If a bona fide error is corrected immediately, then a defendant may not be liable for an action.For…

  • Bonus

    1. Additional compensation given to an employee above his/her normal wage. A bonus can be used as a reward for achieving specific goals set by the company…

  • Book

    A record of all the positions that a trader is holding. This record shows the total amount of long and short position that the trader has undertaken…

  • Book Value

    1. The value at which an asset is carried on a balance sheet. To calculate, take the cost of an asset minus the accumulated depreciation.2. The net asset…

  • Boomerang

    An American slang term that refers to an adult who has moved back in with his or her parents (who are part of the baby boomer generation) instead of living…

  • Bounced Check

    A slang word for a check that cannot be processed because the writer has insufficient funds. A bounced check will often be returned to the writer along…

  • Breadwinner

    The primary, or sole, income earner in a household. Breadwinners, by contributing the largest portion of household income, generally cover most household…

  • Break In Service

    The loss of use of the contribution or benefit plan of the corporation due to a lack of hours worked. Break in service may require an employee to work…

  • Breakage

    Revenue gained by retailers through unredeemed, expired or lost gift cards. Breakage refers to money received from gift cards but never redemeed by customers…

  • Breakup Value

    The sum-of-parts value of a publicly traded company. This value is derived by analyzing each business segment of a company independently. This is usually…

  • Broker Price Opinion - BPO

    The estimated value of a property as determined by a real estate broker or other qualified individual or firm. A broker price opinion is based on the…

  • Brokerage Fee

    A fee charged by an agent, or agent's company to facilitate transactions between buyers and sellers. The brokerage fee is charged for services such as…

  • Brokerage General Agent

    An independent firm or contractor working for an insurance company whose main function is to sell one or more insurance products to select insurance brokers…

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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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