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Bond power

A form used in the transfer of registered bonds from one owner to a different owner.



Bond power

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Stock power

Stock power

A power of attorney form giving ownership of a security to another person, brokerage firm, bank, or lender after it has been sold or pledged to that party.


Staying power

Staying power

The ability of an investor to stay in the market and not to sell out of a position when an investment has fallen in value.


Earning power

Earning power

Earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) divided by total assets.


Relative form of purchasing power parity

Relative form of purchasing power parity

Theory that the rate of change in the prices of products should be somewhat similar, but not absolutely the same when measured in a common currency, as long as transportation costs and trade barriers are unchanged.


Durable power of attorney

Durable power of attorney

In the US, a power of attorney which, subject to conditions and safeguards, continues in force even after the maker of the durable power of attorney (the principal) may become mentally incapable of conducting his/her affairs. Equivalent to an enduring power of attorney in the UK.


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