Base yearThe year used as the basis for comparison by a price index such as the CPI. The index for any year is the average of prices for that year compared to the base year; e.g., 110 means that prices are 10% higher than in the base year. The base year is also the year whose prices are used to value something in real terms or after adjusting for inflation.
Results-based trade policyResults-based trade policy
The use of trade policies targeted to specific indicators of economic performance. For example, in the early 1990s, the U.S. insisted on achieving specified market shares in trade with Japan.
Tax baseTax base
The amount on which a taxpayer pays taxes, as for example their taxable income in the case of an income tax, or the taxable value of their property in the case of a property tax.
A technical analysis tool. A chart pattern depicting the period when the supply and demand of a certain stock are in relative equilibrium, resulting in a narrow trading range. The merging of the support level and resistance level.
Foreign base company incomeForeign base company income
A category of Subpart F income that includes foreign holding company income and foreign base company sales and service income.
To reduce the value of. Classically, a currency is debased if its value in terms of gold or other precious metal is reduced.
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Base market value
Bank based corporate governance system
Rules-based trade policy
Risk based capital ratio
Fee based compensation
Common base year analysis
Asset based financing
base rate tracker mortgage
Market based corporate governance system