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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Citizens aged between 18 and 45 years may avail financing of up to Rs5 million each at a borrowing cost varying between 6% and 8% for a maximum period of eight years, the central bank said in a notification titled 'Prime Minister's Kamyab Jawan SME Lending Programme'.
New Delhi: Moody's Investors Service said Indian economy will expand 7.4 percent in 2018, but the growth will slow down to 7.3 percent in the next year as domestic demand tapers on higher borrowing cost due to rising interest rates.
Since business in the UAE is often operated with low liquidity and low margins, the higher borrowing cost may push further the margins down.
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.
According to reports, the Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee has stated that interest-sensitive sectors like automobiles and real estate are likely to get affected more compared to other segments by rise in borrowing cost.
Borrowing cost capitalization under IAS 23R begins when the reporting entity first incurs expenditures for the asset; incurs borrowing costs; and undertakes activities that are necessary to prepare the asset for its intended use or sale.
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.
New Delhi: Indian economy will expand 7.4 percent in 2018, but the growth will slow down to 7.3 percent in the next year as domestic demand tapers on higher borrowing cost due to rising interest rates, Moody's Investors Service said Thursday.
He was able to handle the borrowing cost by using the rental income and strong cash flow.
Arun Singh, lead economist, Dun & Bradstreet India, said, 'The rise in lending rates in general and borrowing cost in specific can dampen the industrial production and the revival in the domestic demand.
Dubai: Airport retailer Dubai Duty Free, or DDF has completed repricing a $1.75 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.