Bill of Exchange
An order written by the seller of goods instructing the purchaser to pay the seller (or bearer of the bill) a specified amount on a specified future date.
Bill of Lading
A document which represents ownership of goods in transit.
Shares in leading quoted companies that can be easily bought and sold without influencing their price (liquidity) and are regarded as low-risk investments.
A negotiable instrument evidencing debt, under which the issuer promises to pay the holder its face value plus interest as agreed.
The cost price of an asset less accumulated depreciation.
Short-term financing arranged by a bank for offering continuing source of funds pending receipt of loan/bond issue proceeds.
Brand name capital
A firm’s reputation; the result of non-salvageable investment which provides customers with an implicit guarantee of product quality for which they are willing to pay a premium.
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