borrowing cost


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Noun1.borrowing cost - the cost of borrowing somethingborrowing cost - the cost of borrowing something  
cost - the total spent for goods or services including money and time and labor
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The next time Cyprus taps international markets, its borrowing cost will be higher.
The City of Palm Bay is seeking proposals from qualified financial institutions to provide to provide two (2)-separate proposals as follows: Non-Bank Qualified fixed rate bank loan (the Loan or the Note ), at the lowest overall borrowing cost, pursuant to certain conditions.
When multiple, non-specific borrowings are incurred, the entity's weighted average borrowing cost is the basis for capitalization.
With each basis point in borrowing cost adding more than $200 million a year to the deficit, the stakes are too high to legislate for the sake of mere consistency among securities laws.
75 billion loan for the second time in just over a year to obtain more favourable terms, with a second facility worth $750 million also renegotiated to reduce the borrowing cost.
The borrowing cost -- the interest rate on loans to the Housing Loan Corp.
The central bank of Peru has retained overnight borrowing cost at 4 percent, while cutting reserve requirements to a three-year low to stimulate growth.
According to UK-based Barclays Plc (LSE: BARC), US bank borrowing cost could increase in the coming weeks.
The new facility increases the amount of credit available to the Company, reduces our borrowing cost and provides additional flexibility in managing our business.
These deposits have a duration matched cost of funds that is below the Company's comparable borrowing cost and, therefore, is expected to improve net interest margin.
Nickel prices fell 3 percent on Monday, under pressure from weakening demand for stainless steel in top metals consumer China, rising Chinese borrowing costs and Beijing's regulatory crackdown on risky financing.
The study, which examines the impact of both pension finances and pension reforms on borrowing costs from 2009 to 2014, shows that a higher ratio of unfunded pension liability to government revenue is related to increased borrowing costs.