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Common Terms In Finance

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  • 3. It refers to the percentage of the amount that banks have to keep with themselves in the form of :-
  • 4. Bank rate, also referred to as the discount rate, is the rate of interest which a central bank charges on
    • That it extends to
    • Commercial Banks and
    • other Financial Intermediaries.
  • 5. Repo rate is the rate at which commercial banks borrow rupees from RBI.
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  • 10. Ask price is a price a seller of a good is willing to accept for that particular good. In the context of stock trading on a stock exchange, the ask price is the lowest price a seller of a stock is willing to accept for a share of that given stock. For mutual funds, the asking price is the net asset value plus any sales charges.
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  • 18. Degree of Financial Leverage= Percentage Change in EPS Percentage Change in EBIT
  • 19. Firm’s ability to use Fixed Operating Cost to magnify the effect of changes in Sales on its Earnings Before Interest and Tax Degree of Operating Leverage = Percentage Change in EBIT Percentage Change in Sales
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  • 22. An investment made in order to reduce the risk of adverse price movements in a security, by taking an offsetting position in a related security, such as an option or a short sale . A gain or loss in the cash position due to changes in price levels will be countered by changes in the value of a futures position. The hedger tries to fix the price at a certain level with the objective of ensuring certainty in the cost of production or revenue of sale.
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