Definitions

  • Contract for Difference (CFD)
    A contract for difference, often abbreviated to CFD, is an alternative means by which an individual can invest in a company or asset.
  • What is Perpetuity?
    Perpetuity is conventionally referred to in the business world as a security or bond that pays for an infinite amount of time in the future.
  • What is Revenue?
    Revenue, also known as sales or turnover, is an increase in the company’s equity due to the sale of a product or service.
  • What is Retail Price?
    The retail price of a product is the price that a customer will pay when purchasing a product at a retail store.
  • What is Capital?
    Capital is the financial resource that a company utilizes to fund their operations.
  • What is a Management Company?
    A management company is a business that was created to handle specific resources owned by a fund, it is usually managed by a team of experts.
  • What is Interdependence?
    Interdependence can be defined as the relationship between two or more parties that depend on each other for survival.
  • What is Incurred Cost?
    Incurred cost is an expense which a company becomes liable for in exchange for consuming or otherwise profiting from the usage of an asset.
  • What is Profitability?
    Profitability is the ability of the company to utilise their resources in such a way that they can generate more revenue than what they must pay in expenses.
  • What is Market Economy?
    Market economy is the free flow of products and services based on the supply and demand in the market.
  • What is Liquidity?
    Liquidity is the availability of cash or cash equivalents to meet short-term operational requirements.
  • What is a Traditional Economy?
    In a traditional economy, customs and traditions determine how trade will happen.
  • What is Petty Cash?
    Petty cash is cash that is kept on the company premises by a company, it is normally a small amount kept for covering minor purchases.
  • What is Expenditure?
    Expenditure refers to payments made or liabilities incurred in exchange for goods or services.
  • Reimbursement
    Reimbursement is money that is paid by an organization to cover a transaction that has already been made.