An option where investors can lock-in gains on the underlying asset or security, once its price reaches a predetermined price level. This glossary progresses in a systematic, alphabetical progression, starting with the letter 'A' to the letter 'Z'. It includes coins and paper notes and is circulated freely within an economy. Opening price: The price range at which the transactions are done or the first bids and offers are made at the stock market. The US Treasury is the department that is responsible for the revenue of the U.S. government. Securities analysts: Security analysts are financial analysts. It is used when an investor deprives the inventor of an invention for what he has created using the capital from the capitalist. This is done when quoting prices for fixed-income securities sold at a discount, particularly the U.S.
Customer Support Advertising Bloomberg Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. received a binding offer fromCerberus Capital Management for its French consumer finance business, with $4.6 billion in assets. The proposed sale of GE Money Bank will be submitted to business works councils and the transaction is targeted to close in the fourth quarter, GE said in a statement Thursday. The offer doesnt include a $2 billion prime mortgage portfolio, which is being sold separately. The sale of the French business is the latest in a series of deals as GE Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Immelt overhauls the company to refocus on industrial manufacturing. He has been shrinking the finance arm and sold the home-appliances business while expanding the units making products such as gas turbines and jet engines. Including the GE Money Bank transaction, GE has announced agreements to sell $177 billion of finance assets.
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A mutual fund that aims to achieve the highest possible growth rates by obviously undertaking more risk is termed as an aggressive growth fund. Here is a glossary of commonly used business terms and their definitions for your reference. Stock exchanges: A stock exchange is a corporation which provides the facility for trading of shares and other financial securities by the stock brokers and traders. Last-in-first-out LIFO: The last in-first-out method is an inventory valuation system wherein the assets that are procured last are the ones that are sold out first. Developed by Cox, et al., in 1979, this model provides a mathematical valuation of an option at each point in time, under simplified assumptions. Both investors and fund managers do some preliminary research like calling or visiting a company or questioning a broker or a financial and investment advisor, etc. prior to making any investment. kid is the abbreviation for Cayman Islands Dollar, which is the currency of Cayman Islands. This is a neutral assessment and can predict the movement of security along with similar companies. The advice issued by a company regarding the earnings that won't be meeting the exceptions of the analysts is known as profit warnings.