Marginal efficiency of capital

 

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Marginal efficiency of capital

The percentage yield earned on an additional unit of capital.



Marginal efficiency of capital

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Pricing efficiency

Pricing efficiency

Also called external efficiency; a market characteristic that prices at all times fully reflect all available information that is relevant to the valuation of securities.


Efficiency

Efficiency

See economic efficiency.


Capital market efficiency

Capital market efficiency

The degree to which the present asset price accurately reflects current information in the market place. See: Efficient market hypothesis.


Economic efficiency

Economic efficiency

The extent to which a given set of resources is being allocated across uses or activities in a manner that maximizes whatever value they are intended to produce, such as output, market value, or utility. Contrasts with engineering efficiency, which focuses within a single activity on the output it produces per unit input.


Strong form efficiency

Strong form efficiency

A form of pricing efficiency, that posits that the price of a security reflects all information, whether or not it is publicly available. Related: Weak-form efficiency, semi-strong form efficiency.


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