- Interest rate imposed by a lender on a loan, between past and present rates. Normally offered by refunding previous loans, it charges a rate higher than the previous loan’s rate but lower than the current loan’s rate.
- In accounting, rate quantifying the debt obligation on various loans with different rates, or the revenue from cash flow. It is computed to determine the pooled cost of funds.
Currency abbreviation for the Taiwan dollar, the official currency of the Republic of China within Kinmnet, Matsu, Pescadores, and Taiwan. The curr ...
National Association of Purchasing Management Chicago - NAPM Chicago
An association which collects surveys and index that observes business situations in Chicago and its surrounding areas. It surveys companies, both ...
A firm or brokerage that provides investors a wide selection of mutual funds from different fund families.
A cumulative stock in an overdue credit.
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