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Capital market theory

The generic term for models which aim to price assets, usually shares or baskets of them, in terms of the trade-off between risk and return that investors seek.The best known and most influential of these is the Capital Asset Pricing Model.



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Capital Fulcrum Point

Capital Fulcrum Point

The CFP measures the annual percentage growth rate required from the underlying instrument for you to do equally well in terms of capital appreciation from its associated warrant.


Perfect capital mobility

Perfect capital mobility

1. The absence of any barriers to international capital movements. 2. The requirement that, in equilibrium, rates of return on capital (interest rates) must be the same in different countries.


Capital movement

Capital movement

See 'balance of payments'.


Capitalization table

Capitalization table

A table showing the capitalization of a firm, which typically includes the amount of capital obtained from each source - long-term debt and common equity - and the respective capitalization ratios.


Capital account

Capital account

Net result of public and private international investment and lending activities.


Further Suggestions

Capital market efficiency
paid in capital
capital transfer tax
Capital appreciation
Capital loss
Capital account
Capital account balance
Capital turnover
capitalisation issue
Negative working capital
Capital expenditures
Balance on capital account
Leveraged recapitalization
Paid in capital
Investment Company with Variable Capital
Pecking order view (of capital structure)
venture capital trust
working capital
Capitalization rate
Overcapitalization
Capital account deficit
Capital rationing
Capital
issued share capital
Capital allocation decision


 
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