In economics, the demand schedule is a table of the quantity demanded of a good at different price levels.
Adjusted funds from operations is a financial performance measure primarily used in the analysis of real-estate income trusts (REITs).
A common size balance sheet displays the numeric value of all entries and the percentage each entry is relative to the total value of related entries.
The reserve ratio is the portion of depositors’ balances that banks must have on hand as cash.
A limited edition is a small run of items, such as a print of a master image, meant to create a sense of rarity or exclusivity among potential collectors.
A knock-out option has a built-in mechanism to expire worthless if a specified price level is exceeded.
A negative balance in shareholders’ equity, also called stockholders’ equity, means that liabilities exceed assets and can be caused by a few reasons.
XPF (CFP Franc) is the currency of four French collectivities including French Polynesia, New Caledonia, Wallis, and Futuna.
MOP is the currency symbol for the Macanese pataca the currency of Macau.
Currency history is a term that refers to the values of a base currency over time, specifically in relation to the values of other foreign currencies.