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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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Low cost entry for Tharisa of USD 4.5m with the right to increase its project ownership by way of further project level investments at discounted values through a farm-in option at various economic milestones
The first one is that the type of function that fits the discounted values of a primary reward depends on the relationship between the BMI of the participant and the caloric value of the reward; however, this option is unlikely, given the large number of studies that report the hyperbolic function as the best description of delay discounting of different primary rewards (e.g., Charlton & Fantino, 2008; Estle et al., 2007; Johnson et al., 2010; Odum, 2011; Odum et al., 2006; Odum & Rainaud, 2003; Petry, 2001).
Overall coverage ratio including collaterals at discounted values was at 147.6 per cent at year end 2015.
We define fundamental values of a college degree and a high school diploma as their corresponding net present discounted values. We use lifetime earnings of college graduates, tuition costs, and opportunity costs of going to college to estimate a net present discounted value of a college degree, and lifetime earnings of high school graduates to estimate a net present discounted value of a high school diploma.
"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.
"Some secondary stock, which the majority of banks are unwilling to lend on, are also in demand by property investors albeit at discounted values. "This is a result of the weight of money seeking a home where an attractive annual return can be obtained," he added.
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.
Stage IV--calculating discounted values of FCFF, FCFE and RV and providing present value for both methods
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. These valuation discounts take into account the lack of control and/or lack of marketability of the interests transferred.
The discounted value at t=0 of the GLWB [V.sub.0] is the sum of the discounted values of the living benefits (LB) and death benefits (DB):
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.