DEFERRED ACQUISITION COSTS
Typically used in the insurance industry, this is when a company defers the sales costs that are associated with acquiring a new customer over the term of the insurance contract. Most of the sales costs arise from referral commissions to external distributors and brokers.
European Currency Unit - ECU
Saving Tips for Your Dream House
Retirement Planning: Be Calm, Be Flexible
Indirect Impacts of Exchange Rates
5 Outlandish Insurance Policies in the World
Is Trading a More Ideal Job For You?
SEE FOREX TUTORIAL
Principles of Trading: Risk Management
Ethical Investing: Leaving an Ethical Imprint
Buying a Home: Getting Into the Escrow Process
Can You Afford the Renovation Cost?
Starting Your Own Small Business: Choosing What You Want to Sell
|01:50||BSI Manufacturing Index||4 quarter|
|02:01||Rightmove House Prices||Dec|
|08:00||Machine Tool Orders||Nov|
|17:00||JOLTs Job Openings||Oct|
|20:01||10-y Bond Auction||Dec|
|02:30||Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook|
|02:30||House Price Index||3 quarter|
|02:30||NAB Business Confidence||Nov|