paper profit


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Noun1.paper profit - an unrealized gain on an investment calculated by subtracting the investor's cost from the current market price
gain - the amount by which the revenue of a business exceeds its cost of operating
paper loss - an unrealized loss on an investment calculated by subtracting the current market price from the investor's cost
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paper profit

n (Fin) → utile m sulla carta
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Some are earning tens of thousands a year from tenants in addition to the paper profit they have made from rising house prices.
According to people familiar with the matter, Icahn is "unlikely" to urge Dell to raise its offer to buy back shares that track Dell's interest in VMware after repeating a paper profit of about $200M on the tracking stock and VMware's publicly traded shares.
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As well as generating a paper profit of over PS400,000 in Year 1, the team hopes to reduce the amount of animal theft.
Somebody, somewhere pays for the paper profit reaped by these thieves and usually it is JQ Public in the form of higher prices.
"It is purely commodity driven and what we are showing is a paper profit. Our overall trading volumes are down.
I wrote in my Post blog last April, when the Government was actually in paper profit in its Lloyds Banking Group shares, that we should have sold the shares.
After taking losses in taxable accounts, go over your holdings for which you have a paper profit. Do you intend to sell them soon, either for investment reasons or to raise cash?
British taxpayers are sitting on a 3.5 billion pound ($5.6 billion) paper profit on its stakes in Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds after both swung back to profit, driving their shares higher.
But almost a year after emerging from an unpopular government-funded bankruptcy, GM is driving toward a stock listing that could deliver a paper profit to U.S.
Shares are close to the 74p average price paid by the Government, but taking into account the pounds 2.5bn paid back by Lloyds for avoiding the toxic loan insurance scheme, the taxpayer is already in paper profit on its stake.