mark-to-market

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mark-to-market

adj
accounting denoting a system that values assets according to their current market price
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Much of the increase for the second quarter of 2018 can be attributed to the mark to market gain associated with the interest rate cap, which was entered into during the fourth quarter 2017.
(NASDAQ: CHYR) reported expenses for the first quarter of 2014 were USD8.3m, excluding the mark to market adjustment of USD2.6m, compared to USD6.5m in the first quarter of 2013.
475(e) election has been made, a taxpayer must mark to market all commodities under Sec.
equivalent term "mark to market." Mark-to-market accounting
is pleased to announce that it has officially received the CE Mark to market its Acrobat Stent-on-a-Wire (SOAW) Bare Metal Coronary Stent System in the European Union.
Mark to market accounting standards; a study by the SEC.
Byline: Should mark to market valuation be repealed?
Included in the consolidated net income for the quarter were non-cash mark to market derivative gains, which decreased fuel expense by USD1.6m, offset by USD2.8m of start-up costs associated with Lynx Aviation and USD1.5m in accelerated depreciation related to Frontier's seat replacement project.
"We can pull some levers and mark to market, because when you look at its price per s/f, we think rents are below market," Khan said.
Falcon wants the right to use the mark to market clothing, footwear, headgear and leather goods.
Accordingly, firms using the fair value option could mark to market both the credit derivative and the hedged position and report changes in their fair values in current earnings.