present value

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present value

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(Banking & Finance) the current capital value of a future income or outlay or of a series of such incomes or outlays. It is computed by the process of discounting at a predetermined rate of interest
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This sudden flood of Iranian oil from storage, if it is indeed released before the end of 2015, would likely come into markets at discounted values as Iran attempts to recapture some lost market share.
Talks of a Global Settlement are premature as da Vinci continues to fight claims in MDL; however, sources indicate Intuitive is open to resolving some claims quickly at discounted values in order to reduce the number of claims being filed in the anticipated MDL.
Some secondary stock, which the majority of banks are unwilling to lend on, are also in demand by property investors albeit at discounted values.
AS temperatures rise this summer, guests can enjoy significant savings with Banyan Tree Group's "The Hotter, The Better" promotion offering discounted values based on the degree in Celsius recorded by the hotel at noon on the day of booking.
In addition to the discounted values on data pricing, Vodacom offers prepaid customers services such as data bundle transfer, recurring prepaid bundles and data bundles for talking points.
The techniques invariably involve the transfer to the younger generation of depressed assets or interests in family-owned businesses and investment entities at discounted values.
In equilibrium, the marginal productivity of an additional worker equals the user cost of labor, which is the difference between the expected present discounted values of the costs associated with creating a match with a worker in the current period and the costs associated with creating a match the following period.
Discounting thus implies that the same nominal sentence will have disparate discounted values when imposed after different lags.
Here I, O, R, F are discounted values of investment, operations and maintenance, replacement and input fuel respectively, [E.
Investment trusts want to see a narrowing in the gap between the real value of shares and the discounted values, which apply to the trusts.
Owners of family companies can now reduce their estate tax obligations by giving minority interests of company stock to children or other relatives at discounted values, thanks to Rev.