uninvested


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uninvested

(ˌʌnɪnˈvɛstɪd)
adj
(Banking & Finance) (of capital, cash, funds, money, etc) not invested in a scheme or company with the aim of making a profit
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Clifford's affair arranged, he was to meet a State Street broker, who has undertaken to procure a heavy percentage, and the best of paper, for a few loose thousands which the Judge happens to have by him, uninvested. The wrinkled note-shaver will have taken his railroad trip in vain.
Its ardor was in part the result of that general discomfort which the sight of all uninvested capital produced in him; so fine an intelligence as Bellegarde's ought to be dedicated to high uses.
Preqin, the private capital analytics firm, estimated that global private equity dry powder (raised but uninvested capital) topped $2trn in January 2019.
Inflation always erodes the value of money left uninvested. At an annual inflation rate of 10%, N100 next year would only be able to buy what N90 can buy this year.
(10) This unnaturally low body temperature positions Scrooge's wealth as disfiguring; the mysterious cold that lives within him--marking his body and driving others away from him--allegorizes the composition of his capital; his economic wealth appears to sit within him, stagnant and festering, uninvested in social and cultural forms.
Leif Gunderson, an alternative investments analyst with RBC Wealth Management in Minneapolis, said there are signs that the growth in capital committed to PE has been slowing slightly, but that is partly because a number of large funds have a lot of "dry powder" uninvested capital.
According to Breit, it is estimated that up to $6 trillion in uninvested capital gains are sitting in Wall Street accounts.
(uninvested capital) to redeem shareholders on odd days when there are
Funds drawn under the LOC are held uninvested, and are free from any lien prior to that of the bondholders.
"Several indicators -- including deal multiples, leverage ratios, and the amount of dry powder (that is, uninvested capital) -- are at historically high levels, and new entrants continue to flood into the market.
It was only when I realized that I believed in nothing at all--when the universe registered that I remained so uninvested, so detached from other lives and from my own--that I began to find the success for which I had always yearned.
Since then, there has been a drip feed of bad news, including the departures of senior executives, further allegations of uninvested funds, and growing concerns over the level of Abraaj's indebtedness.