Ration writeAn investment strategy in which stock is purchased and call options are written on a greater than one-for-one basis; i.e., more calls written than the equivalent number of shares purchased. For example, buying 500 shares of XYZ stock, and writing 6 XYZ Sep 5 calls.
Four-firm concentration ratioFour-firm concentration ratio
The percent of an industry's sales that accrue to the largest four firms, a measure of industrial concentration.
"Soft" capital rationing"Soft" capital rationing
Constraints on spending that under certain circumstances can be violated or even viewed as constituting targets rather than absolute limits.
Economic integrationEconomic integration
S CorporationS Corporation
A corporation that elects not to be taxed as a corporation. That is, the corporation does not directly pay federal income tax on its earnings. Similar to a partnership, it passes its income or losses and other tax items on to its shareholders.
Yield to warrant expirationYield to warrant expiration
Applies mainly to convertible securities. Effective yield of usable convertible bonds determined by the expiration date of the applicable warrants.
Further SuggestionsIncome statement (statement of operations)
Instinet (Institutional Networks Corporation)
Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Pact (APEC)
Domestic International Sales Corporation
Securities Investor Protection Corporation
Private Export Funding Corporation (PEFCO)
Foreign Sales Corporation
Federal Housing Administration (FHA)
Confederation of British Industry
Securities Industry Automation Corporation
Options Clearing Corporation (OCC)
Search engine saturation
Mortgage code arbitration scheme