Refers to the price at which a transaction produces neither a gain nor a loss.
Temporary finance provided to a project until long-term arrangements are made.
A market in which prices keep rising.
One who expects prices to rise.
Repayment of a debt in one lump sum at the end of the maturity period. A common practice in Euro markets in respect of bond issues.
Provision of more than one product or service to a customer at an inclusive price e. g. ‘free’ life insurance with a loan.
An acquisition followed by divestment of some or all of the operating units of the acquired firm which are presumably worth more in pieces than as a going concern.
A public company, which buys its own shares, by tender offer, in open market, or in a negotiated buy-back from a large block holder.
Date on which a bond may be redeemed before maturity at an option of the issuer.
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