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Zero-Coupon Certificate of Deposit
Zero-Coupon Certificate of Deposit is usually purchased at a considerable discounted rate. In this type of certificate of deposit, interest payments are received as a lump sum on the maturity date rather than an annual payment. ...
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Days Sales Of Inventory - DSI
A method used by companies to measure its performance and it will give the investors to have an idea of how long the company will turn it inventory ...
Close Corporation Plan
Business buy-sell agreement stipulating the surviving stakeholders must acquire all of the shares the deceased owner or partner possessed. It outli ...
Marketplace where stocks of publicly held firms are issued and traded either through exchanges or over-the-counter (OTC) markets. The stock market ...
Degree Of Operating Leverage - DOL
A leverage ratio summarizing the effect an amount of operating leverage has on a company's earnings before interest and taxes. Operating levera ...
A standard used by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to determine whether someone who receives and acts on insider information (a tippee ...
Finance for Individuals
An Actuary Needs to Master these Skills
Actuaries assess the financial insinuations of risk and uncertainty, as well as predict future events based on previous occurrences by looking at a client’s application and medical records. I n essence, these professional statisticians seek to minimize an individual’s exposure to risky scenarios, or the expense of such exposure at the very least.
Workers, Get Ready for the Robots Takeover
The possibility of robots replacing humans in their jobs is increasing over the years due to the rise of technology and popularity of automation. Debates regarding minimum wage hike also sparked co ncern that low-wage earners will be removed from their since a machine can already complete the task for them.
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Cross currency rates
Cross currency rate stands for pairs of currencies that do not include the U.S. dollar. Cross currency rate can also be called cross currency or simply cross. Historically, an individual who wished to exchange a sum of money to a different currency would be required to first convert that money into the U.
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