Balance Sheet Financing
in which the assets and liabilities involved do not appear on the firm's
of a holding company operated as a separate legal entity.
under which the lessor maintains and finances the property; also called
a service lease.
to which fixed costs are used in a firm's operations.
in which operations of the firms involved are integrated in hope of
achieving synergistic benefits.
flow which arises from normal operations; the difference between sales
revenues and cash operation expenses, after taxes on operation income.
on the best alternative use of an asset, or the highest return that
will not be earned if funds are invested in a particular project.
policy that strikes a balance between current dividends and future growth
and maximizes the firm's stock price.
which gives its holder the right to buy (or sell) an asset at a predetermined
price within a specified period of time.
whose payments occur at the end of each period.
organization, having a tangible physical location, that facilitates
trading in designated ("listed") securities. The two major U.S. security
exchanges are New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the American Stock
organizations having tangible physical locations that conduct auction
markets in designated ("listed") securities. The two major U.S. stock
exchanges are the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the American Stock
Issue Discount Bond
originally offered at a price below its par value.
of years to maturity at the time a bond is issued.
of purchasing components rather than making them in-house.
deposit, cost, or amount paid. Has a minus sign.
of dealers that provides for trading in unlisted securities.
collection of brokers and dealers, connected electronically by telephones
and computers, that provides for trading in unlisted securities.
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