Did you Know?
FINANCIAL DICTIONARY & GLOSSARY: OF -
transactions - financial business that need not be registered as
loans on a balance sheet.
offer - a bid; an amount offered; to propose something that can be accepted or refused.
offshore banking - transactions by non-residents in foreign currencies in -tax havens such as Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Liechtenstein, etc.
off-the-shelf company - a ready-made company that can be bought from an agent, i.e. a company formed and held specifically for later resale.
oil crisis - the situation for petrol-importing countries when the producing countries dramatically increased the price (in 1973 and 1979).
oligopoly - the situation in a market where there are only a small number of large suppliers.
oligopsony - the situation in a market where there are only a limited number of buyers.
operating margin - operating profit before the payment of interest and taxes divided by sales.
operating profit or loss - net amount before adding or subtracting extraordinary items.
opportunity cost - the amount that a factor of production could have earned if put to another use.
option - the right but not the obligation to buy or sell a fixed quantity of a commodity, currency or security at a fixed price on or until a particular date.
ordinary shares (GB) or common stock (US) - fixed units of a company's share capital that usually pay a dividend and have voting rights.
organized labor - workers combined in trade unions (,GB) or labor unions (US).
outlay - an amount of money spent on a particular project.
outlet - a place where goods are sold to the public - a shop, store, kiosk, market stall, etc.
out-of-the-money - call options with an exercise price higher than the share's current market price; put options with an exercise price lower than the share's market price.
output - the total value of the goods produced or services performed (by a person, a company, an industry, or a whole country).
outstanding - of a debt: unpaid, remaining to be paid; of a person or other entity: remarkable, excellent, superior, etc.
|Go to: Top of page - Glossary Index - Glossary Short Index - AAA Home|
FINANCIAL DICTIONARY & GLOSSARY
a-ac, ac-am, am-as, as-ba, ba-be, be-br, br-cap, cap-cas, ce-col, col-com, com-cor, cor-cu, cu-deb, deb-dem, dep-dis, dis-du, du-em, em-ex, fa-fi, fi-fr, fr-ge, ge-gr, ha-im, im-ine, inf-int, int-inv, inv-la, la-li, li-lo, lo-mar, mar-mark, mat-mo, mo-na, na-od, of-ou, ov-pa, pa-po, po-pri, pri-pro, pro-qu, qu-red, red-res, res-sa, sa-sh, sh-sta, sta-sto, str-ta, ta-tr, tr-un, un-va, va-we, we-zz
Copyright © 2001-8 Sunilcare,.
All Rights Reserved.
Sunilcare Group sites: English HTMLFORALL / French ANALYSE des Avoirs Relax energie