Acts that are designed to mask the true financial performance or position of a company. Financial shenanigans can range from relatively minor infractions involving creative interpretation of accounting rules to outright fraud over many years. In almost every instance, the revelation that a company’s stellar financial performance has been due to financial shenanigans rather than management prowess will have a calamitous effect on its stock price and future prospects. Depending on the scale and scope of the shenanigans, the repercussions can range from a steep sell-off in the stock to the company’s bankruptcy and dissolution.
Performance Index Paper - PIP
Short-term paper on which the rate of interest is denominated and paid in a base currency. Performance index paper's interest rate is determine ...
It refers to the intentional selling of stock on a large scale to make financial pressure on a corporation to force social change.
Individual or group sharing ownership in an asset with another individual or group. Co-owner of an asset holds a certain percentage although this m ...
It refers to the interest that a debtor pays before the first scheduled repayment of debt.
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