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FINANCIAL DICTIONARY & GLOSSARY: IM -
- to buy goods or services from another country; something bought
from another country
import substitution - the attempt to reduce imports by producing goods domestically.
in-the-money - call options with an exercise price below the underlying share's current market price; put options with an exercise price above the share's market price.
income or revenue or earnings - all the money received by a person or company during a given period (wages, salaries, rent, business profits, dividends, etc.).
income effect of higher prices - when the price of a necessary good rises, consumers' real income and spending on all goods falls.
income effect of higher wages - if people earn more they can afford to work fewer bouts (and have more time to spend their money).
income statement - the American name for the financial statement which shows the profit or loss made by a company during the accounting period.
income tax - tax on people's income, and also on business profits in the US.
income velocity of the circulation of money - the number of times a unit of money forms part of someone’s income during a given period (GNP divided by the money supply).
incoterms - internationally accepted terms concerning transport and insurance costs used in international trade contracts.
Incorporated - a word added to the name of a US company, signifying that it is a corporation with limited liability.
increment - an increase, e.g. an annual rise in a salary.
indebtedness - the condition of owing money.
indemnify - to compensate someone for loss or injury, etc.
index-linked - (of a wage, salary, pension, tax, etc.) automatically raised to compensate for inflation, on the basis of an official price index.
indirect taxes - those levied on the sale of goods and services.
industrial market or producer market or business market - all the people or organizations that buy goods and services used in the production or supply of other goods or services.
inefficient - not working in the best way, so that time or money or other resources are wasted.
inelastic - (of supply and demand) unresponsive to changes in price.
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