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double declining balance method of depreciation
cash flow coverage ratio
margin of safety
minimum lending rate
total asset turnover
deed of covenant
lehman brothers mortgage backed securities index
forward rate agreement fra
gross redemption yield
first order condition
new york cotton exchange nyce
international fisher effect
automated customer account transfer acat
gross profit margin
discounted payback period rule
security market line
permanent spontaneous current liabilities
holding period yield hpy
london commodity exchange
letter of testamentary
beta equation security
london interbank offered rate libor
four firm concentration ratio
double declining balance depreciation method ddb