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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Underlying earnings actually improved but provisions for mark-to-market losses for copper price hedges and for effective interest rates on certain loans affected the bottom line.
3 million associated with the mark-to-market of fuel hedge contracts, a USD2.
net profit declined by 39 per cent that is due to mark-to-market provisioning.
55 billion in 2012 due to foreign exchange losses and lower mark-to-market gains.
Summary paragraph: From aiCIO's November Issue: When will public pension plans be required to value liabilities on a mark-to-market basis?
For certain taxpayers in the financial services sector, the mark-to-market rules of Sec.
Global Banking News-November 10, 2011--Goldman and Morgan Stanley could reduce mark-to-market accounting practices(C)2011 ENPublishing - http://www.
Last November, the $36 billion manufacturing and technology company broke from the pack and said that it would begin to use mark-to-market accounting for the plan, which had obligations of about $19 billion at the end of 2010.
As financial metrics became increasingly scientific and mark-to-market use expanded, we neglected to incorporate effective control mechanisms, necessary in dynamic environments subject to feedback loops, to counteract the increased procyclical forces inherent in a mark-to-market world.
Securities finance technology platform BondLend announced on Wednesday that BNP Paribas is the first broker dealer to use Straight-Through Processing for its Fixed Income Mark-to-Market service.
THE ISSUE OF MARK-TO-MARKET ACCOUNTING is a contentious topic at the national level as large financial companies strive to restore order to their balance sheets and seek valuation relief on stressed assets.
12 to examine the mark-to-market accounting rules that some contend have exacerbated the current troubles in the financial services industry and in the broader economy.