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CAPEX

or capex  (kăp′ĕks′)
abbr.
capital expenditure

capex

(ˈkæpˈɛks)
n
(Banking & Finance) short for capital expenditure
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[ClickPress, Tue Aug 13 2019] This comprehensive report by MRRSE analyzes and forecasts the telecom service provider investment CAPEX spending at the global and regional level.
From January to June this year, the utility firm has already utilized P8.005 billion in network capex out of the P12.026 billion allocated for 2019.
The $11 million sustaining capex mostly comprises the construction of a new tailings storage facility, which will provide storage capacity for the ongoing operations.
The reduced FY2020 capex guidance "nevertheless provides for the ongoing sustainability of the business", Petra said, stating that there is no requirement for any significant expansionary capex between FY2020 and FY2022.
The greater the capex budget, the higher the expected value of a stock should be.
Of the P410 billion, property giant Megaworld will get the biggest allocation or around 73 percent of the capex.
Meralco sets its capex covering regulatory year July to June of the following year.
Free cash flow (FCF) will still be generally negative, but some improvements are likely as we expect higher operating cash flow and slightly lower capex.
GlobalData identifies Africa as the second highest in terms of refinery hydrocracking unit capacity additions as well as planned capex spending.
ANED's Director of Advocacy and Research, Barrister Sunday Oduntan in a statement issued in Abuja on Wednesday after a public hearing on the Bill to Criminalise Estimated Billing at the National Assembly explained that the 11 DisCos are allowed a Capital Expenditure (CAPEX) of N305 billion to provide meters, maintain their networks and perform other obligations for a period of five years.
To align the melting capacity of upcoming re-rolling demand, the MISIL BOD has given go-ahead for increase in melting capacity by 396,000 MT at a capex of Rs500 million approximately.
The global newbuild ship orderbook has fallen to a historical low of 10 percent but the global shipping industry's US$231 Billion CAPEX requirements remain enormous and far exceeds the combined US$191 billion market capitalization of all the world's listed shipping firms.