Exercise Value

Business / Finance / Exercise Value: The price at which the security underlying a future or options contract may be bought or sold.

Other Words for Exercise

Exercise Noun Synonyms: work out, limber up, warm up, train, drill
Exercise Verb Synonyms: harass, annoy, irritate, vex, harry, distress, worry, concern, burden, try, trouble, perturb, disturb, agitate, make nervous, drive crazy, drive up the wall
Exercise Adjective Synonyms: employ, apply, practise, bring to bear, put to use or effect, discharge, exert, wield, execute, utilize, effect
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Principal (Face Value Or Maturity Value)

Business / Accounting / Principal (Face Value Or Maturity Value): The amount that will be paid on a bond at a maturity date. The original amount of money invested, excluding any interest or dividends (e.g., $1,000 to purchase a Treasury bill). MORE

Private Market Value (PMV)

Business / Finance / Private Market Value (PMV): The break-up market value of all divisions of a company if divisions were each independent and established their own market stock prices. MORE

R Factor Or Value

Business / Construction / R Factor Or Value: A measure of a materials resistance to the passage of heat. New homewalls are usually insulated with 4' of batt insulation with an R value of R-13, and a ceiling insulation of R-30. MORE

Price Value Of A Basis Point (PVBP)

Business / Finance / Price Value Of A Basis Point (PVBP): Also called the dollar value of a basis point; a measure of the change in the price of a bond if the required yield changes by one basis point. MORE

Present Value Of Growth Opportunities

Business / Finance / Present Value Of Growth Opportunities: Net present value (NPV) of investments the firm is expected to make in the future. MORE

Present Value Factor

Business / Finance / Present Value Factor: Factor used to calculate an estimate of the present value of an amount to be received in a future period. If the opportunity cost of funds is 10% over next year, the factor is [1/(1 + 0.10)]. MORE

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