Balance on capital account

 

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Balance on capital account

A country's receipts minus payments for capital account transactions.



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Balance sheet

Balance sheet

One of the main components of a company's Report and Accounts, the balance sheet provides a snapshot of everything the company owes and owns at the end of the financial year in question. On a specific date it lists:tangible assetsintangible assetsstockdebtorscashbank creditorstrade creditorsshare capitalreservesWhere the profit and loss account tells you how the company has performed in the previous year, the balance sheet reveals things about its fundamental health, like whether it can pay its debts and how good its cash management is. A 'strong' balance sheet is one where liabilities (including borrowings) are considerably outweighed by assets (including cash).Significance: if the company is having problems, the balance sheet (together with the cash flow statement) will tell you whether it can stand the strain.


Balance of trade

Balance of trade

Net flow of goods (exports minus imports) between two countries.


Low balance method

Low balance method

A method of calculating interest on the basis of the lowest balance of an account over the applicable period.


Trade imbalance

Trade imbalance

A trade surplus or trade deficit.


Balance of trade

Balance of trade

The difference between a country's exports and imports over a given period of time.Exports and imports come in two kinds:Visible: products and goodsInvisible: intangible servicesThe UK's invisible earnings from financial services are an important part of its international trade and go some way to making up for deficits on the visible side.


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Balance of payments
Balance of trade
Account balance
Double Declining Balance Method Of Depreciation
Balance on goods and services
Improve the trade balance
Balanced fund
Balance breakdown
Basic balance
Zero balance account (ZBA)
Capital account balance
Adjusted balance method
Net cash balance
Customers net debit balance
Balance of indebtedness
Balance on current account
Double declining balance depreciation method (DDB)
Double declining balance depreciation
External balance
compensating balance
Balance of payments equilibrium
Balance of payments argument for protection
balanced mutual fund
On balance
Significant order imbalance


 
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