Primary budget surplus
Primary budget surplusThe primary budget surplus (or deficit) of a government is the surplus excluding interest payments on its outstanding debt.
Primary factorPrimary factor
An input that exists as a stock providing services that contribute to production. The stock is not used up in production, although it may deteriorate with use, providing a smaller flow of services later. The major primary factors are labor, capital, human capital (or skilled labor), land, and sometimes natural resources.
Primary productPrimary product
A good that has not been processed and is therefore in its natural state, specifically products of agriculture, forestry, fishing, and mining.
Forfaiter (Primary)Forfaiter (Primary)
An individual or financial entity that arranges a forfaiting transaction directly with an exporter and then holds or sells on the payment obligations of the importer/ guarantor.
Primary dealerPrimary dealer
Usually refers to the select list of securities firms that are authorized to deal in new issues of government bonds.
Primary distributionPrimary distribution
Sale of a new issue of stock or bonds, as distinguished from a secondary distribution.
Further SuggestionsPrimary commodity
Primary earnings per (common) share