Loaned funds that are repayable upon the request of either party.
An option that gives its holder the right to buy an asset at a fixed price during a certain period
A feature of a bond that entitles the issuer to retire the bond before maturity
A ceiling on the interest rate on a floating-rate note.
Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR)
A ratio of total capital divided by risk-weighted assets and risk-weighted off-balance sheet items. A bank is expected to meet a minimum capital ratio specifically prescribed by the Regulator.
Capital Gain and Loss
The difference between the price that is originally paid for a security and cash proceeds at the time of maturity (face value of bond) or at the time of sale (selling price of a bond or stock). When the difference is positive, it is a gain, but when it is negative, it is a loss.
Market in which financial instruments are bought and sold.
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