interest

  • 101 interest-free — adj an interest free ↑loan has no interest charged on it ▪ interest free credit …

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  • 102 interest-free — adjective not charging you any interest on the money you borrow or the CREDIT you are given: interest free loans/credit ╾ ,interest free adverb …

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  • 103 Interest aggregation — is the activity in which the political demands of groups and individuals are combined into policy programs.Methods by which individuals and groups may effect changebringing people of like minds together to seek change or make demands on the… …

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  • 104 Interest expense — relates to the cost of borrowing money. It is the price that a lender charges a borrower for the use of the lender s money. Interest expense is different from OPEX and CAPEX, for it relates to the capital structure of a company. Interest expense… …

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  • 105 interest rate cap — Under a cap arrangement, the seller of the cap will make payments to the buyer if interest rates rise above an agreed rate. The payment to be made is calculated by reference to a notional principal sum over an agreed term. In return, the buyer… …

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  • 106 interest rate floor — The opposite of an interest rate cap. An arrangement under which the seller, in return for a premium, will pay to the buyer the difference between the specified floor rate and the lower variable rate, should the variable rate fall below that… …

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  • 107 interest coverage ratio — USA The ratio of EBITDA to interest payments due on debt for borrowed money. This financial ratio measures the company s ability to satisfy its interest payments as they become due. Higher ratios (greater than 1:1) are preferable and indicate the …

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  • 108 interest amortization — UK US noun [U] FINANCE ► the division of the interest on a loan into a number of regular payments through the whole period of the loan and the making of these payments: »Interest amortization allows a mortgage to be repaid in monthly repayments… …

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  • 109 interest compounded annually — UK US noun [U] FINANCE ► a method of calculating and adding interest to an investment or loan once a year, rather than for another period: »If you borrow $100,000 at 5% interest compounded annually, after the first year you would owe $5,250 on a… …

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  • 110 interest in advance — UK US noun [U] FINANCE ► interest relating to a particular period of a loan, calculated or paid at the beginning of the period: »If you pay interest in advance for a period that goes beyond the end of the tax year, payments will normally be… …

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  • 111 interest in arrears — UK US noun [U] FINANCE ► interest relating to a particular period of a loan, calculated or paid at the end of the period: »The company went bankrupt owing $2.4 million of interest in arrears …

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  • 112 interest rate arbitrage — UK US noun [U] FINANCE ► INTEREST ARBITRAGE(Cf. ↑interest arbitrage) …

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  • 113 interest rate derivative — UK US noun [C] FINANCE ► a financial product that gives the right to pay or receive an amount of money at a future time, based on a particular interest rate: »Many of the world s top companies use interest rate derivatives to control their… …

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  • 114 interest rate parity — UK US noun [U] FINANCE ► INTEREST PARITY(Cf. ↑interest parity) …

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  • 115 interest survey — UK US noun [C] ► INTEREST INVENTORY(Cf. ↑interest inventory) …

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  • 116 interest swap — UK US noun [C] FINANCE ► INTEREST RATE SWAP(Cf. ↑interest rate swap) …

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  • 117 interest-based bargaining — UK US noun [U] (ABBREVIATION IBB, also interest based negotiation, integrative bargaining, win win bargaining) HR ► a method for helping two sides to reach agreement by trying to find ways in which both sides can get what they want: »Interest… …

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  • 118 interest-based negotiation — UK US noun [U] HR ► INTEREST BASED BARGAINING(Cf. ↑interest based bargaining) …

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  • 119 interest-only — UK US adjective BANKING, FINANCE ► used to describe a loan for which you only have to pay interest, so that you are not paying back the money borrowed: »interest only mortgages …

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  • 120 Interest rate option — is a derivative financial instrument.The global market for exchange traded interest rate options is notionally valued by the Bank for International Settlements at $3,075,400 million in 2005. See also * Derivative (finance) …

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