Opportunity Cost Of Capital

Business / Finance / Opportunity Cost Of Capital: Expected return that is forgone by investing in a project rather than in comparable financial securities.

Other Words for Capital

Capital Noun Synonyms: head, top, crown, cap
Capital Adjective Synonyms: chief, main, major, important, cardinal, central, principal, prime, primary, paramount, pre-eminent, foremost, leading
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Other Words for Cost

Cost Noun Synonyms: sell for, get, fetch, bring in, set (someone) back
Cost Verb Synonyms: price, outlay, payment, charge, expense, expenditure, rate, tariff
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Other Words for Opportunity

Opportunity Adjective Synonyms: chance, occasion, opening, possibility, moment, time, break
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Paired Off

Business / Finance / Paired Off: Used for listed equity securities. Matched buy and sell market orders, usually pertaining to the pre-opening market picture in a stock, or MOC orders (especially relating to futures/options expiration MORE

Paid-Up Share Capital

Business / Accounting / Paid-Up Share Capital: The value of issued shares which have been paid for. See Called-up Share capital. MORE

Paid-In Capital

Business / Finance / Paid-In Capital: Capital received from investors in exchange for stock, but not stock from capital generated from earnings or donated. This account includes capital stock and contributions of stockholders credited to MORE

Paid Time Off (PTO)

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Paid Time Off (PTO): A benefit program granting employees a specific number of vacation or personal days off which that are paid by the employer. The number of days is generally based on the employer’s policy for accrua MORE

Pairoff

Business / Finance / Pairoff: A buyback to offset and effectively liquidate a prior sale of securities. MORE

Paper Profit (Or Loss)

Business / Taxes / Paper Profit (Or Loss): If you own an asset that increases in value, any increase in value is a paper profit, or unrealized gain. If you sell the asset for more than you paid to buy it, your paper profit becomes an actual pr MORE

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