CapitalCash and physical assets owned by an individual or company.
Capital1. The plant and equipment used in production. 2. One of the main primary factors, the availability of which contributes to the productivity of labor, comparative advantage, and the pattern of international trade. 3. A stock of financial assets.
CapitalMoney invested in a firm.
CapitalIn the context of mortgages, capital describes the original sum borrowed as distinct from interest required on that loan. A repayment mortgage involves repayment of a little of the capital interest each month.
CapitalThe overall assets of an individual less liabilities.Money injected into a company by way of share capital and loan capital plus retained earnings.
A business has insufficient capital to carry out its normal functions.
Capital abundantCapital abundant
A country is capital abundant if its endowment of capital is large compared to other countries. Relative capital abundance can be defined by either the quantity definition or the price definition.
Capitalization tableCapitalization 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.
1. An owner (or sometimes only a manager) of capital. 2. Associated or identified with capitalism.
Issued share capitalIssued share capital
The amount of authorised share capital that shareholders have actually subscribed to a company for share ownership.
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