Cash Management and Banking (Chapter 4) R20A.
Listed below is detail regarding domestic F.O.B terms and how they may impact your company: F.O.B. Origin, Freight Collect: “FOB Origin” refers to the legal fact that the buyer assumes title of the goods the moment the freight carrier picks up and signs the bill of lading at the origin pick-up location.
Other Than Collision (insurance term meaning comprehensive coverage) OTC: Omaha Truck Center (various locations) OTC: Owatonna Tool Company (Owatonna, MI) OTC: Output Technology Corporation: OTC: Open Topped Container (logistics) OTC: Ogemaw Telephone Company (Michigan) OTC: Okinawa Tele Message (Japan) OTC: Outsourcing Technology and.
Margin buying refers to the buying of securities with cash borrowed from a broker, using the bought securities as collateral. This has the effect of magnifying any profit or loss made on the securities. The securities serve as collateral for the loan. The net value—the difference between the value of the securities and the loan—is initially equal to the amount of one's own cash used. This.
Instrument Underlying Expiry Date Option Type Strike Price Open Price High Price Low Price Prev. Close Last Price Volume Turnover (lacs) Underlying Value; Index Futures.
ADVERTISEMENTS: Let us make an in-depth study of the meaning, essential features and limitations of accounting principles. Meaning of Accounting Principles: Accounting principles are men made. Unlike the principles of Physics, Chemistry and other natural sciences; accounting principles were not deduced from basic axioms, nor their validity is verifiable through observations or experiments.
In this series of “Cash Forecasting Basics” we’re taking a look at a few of the key steps to budgeting (aka projecting or forecasting) your company’s cash needs. Arriving at an accurate cash budget requires the following main components: 1. Forecasting the collection of current accounts receivable. 2. Forecasting the payment of accounts.
Definition: The contract rate; also called the coupon rate, stated rate, or nominal rate; is the interest percentage listed on the face of a note or bond. In other words, this is the interest rate that will be paid on the principle balance for the life of the note or bond.You can think of it as the fee for borrowing the principle amount of money.