investment

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yatırım

Yatırım şimdi ona % 6 kazanç sağlıyor. - The investment now yields him 6%.

Tom o yatırıma daha fazla para yatırmış olmayı diledi. - Tom wished he had put more money into that investment.

{i} kuşatma
{i} abluka
(Ticaret) yatırım aracı
(Ticaret) yatırımı yapılan mal
verme (sorumluluk/yetki vb'ni)
(Ticaret) yatırılan para
sağlanan gelir
1. Hassas dökümde, kalıplanacak motifi alçıya (veya seramiğe) alma işi.2. Seramik kabuk

The ceramic mould, known as the investment, is produced by three repeating steps, These steps are repeated until the investment is the required thickness.

{i} para yatırma
{i} atama
{i} (sorumluluk, yetki v.b.'ni) verme
{i} dışderi
memuriyete koyma
dış deri
gelir getirmesi için paranın yatırıldığı şey
{i} tayin
{i} ektoderm
para sarfedilen gelir kaynağı
envestisman
invest
yatırım yapmak

Ben her ay biraz para yatırım yapmak istiyorum. - I want to invest a little money every month.

İndeksli yatırım fonlarına yatırım yapmak istiyorum - I want to invest in index funds.

investment field
(Bilim, İlim) Yatırım alanı
investment advisors
yatırım danışmanları
investment amount
(Ticaret) yatırım tutarı
investment attitudes
(Ticaret) yatırım ilkeleri
investment bills
(Ticaret) plasman senetleri
investment charges
(Politika, Siyaset) yatırım giderleri
investment charges
(Politika, Siyaset) yatırım masrafları
investment climate
yatırım ortamı
investment club
(Ticaret) yatırım kulübü
investment club
(Ticaret) menkul kıymetler borsasında
investment company
(Ticaret) yatırım ortaklığı
investment contract
(Ticaret) yatırım sözleşmesi
investment cost
(Ticaret) yatırım maliyeti
investment costs
(Askeri) yatırım masrafları
investment costs
(Askeri) yatırım giderleri
investment counsel
(Ticaret) yatırım danışmanı
investment credits
(Ticaret) yatırım kredisi
investment criteria
(Ticaret) yatırım kriteri
investment criteria
(Ticaret) yatırım kıstası
investment curve
(Ticaret) yatırım eğrisi
investment decision
yatırım kararı
investment firm
(Politika, Siyaset) yatırım şirketi
investment function
(Ticaret) yatırım fonksiyonu
investment function
(Ticaret) yatırım eğrisi
investment goods
(Ticaret) yatırım malları
investment id
(Bilgisayar) yatırım no
investment in bonds
(Ticaret) satın alınan tahviller
investment income
(Ticaret) yatırım geliri
investment inquiry
yatırım soruşturması
investment insurance
(Sigorta) yatırım sigortası
investment manager
(Ticaret) yatırım uzmanı
investment manager
(Ticaret) yatırım yöneticisi
investment model
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yatırım modeli
investment plan
(Ticaret) yatırım planı
investment planning
(Ticaret) yatırım planlama
investment policy
(Politika, Siyaset) yatırım politikası
investment process
(Turizm) yatırım süreci
investment project
(Turizm) yatırım projesi
investment property
(Ticaret) yatırım amaçlı gayrimenkul
investment quota
(Ticaret) yatırım kotası
investment rate
(Ticaret) yatırım oranı
investment research
(Ticaret) yatırım araştırması
investment schedule
(Ticaret) yatırım şedülü
investment scheme
yatırım planı
investment selection
(Ticaret) yatırım seçimi
investment spending
(Ticaret) yatırım harcaması
investment subsidy
(Ticaret) yatırım teşviki
investment thrust
yatırım hamlesi
investment timing
(Ticaret) yatırımda zamanlama
investment trust
(Ticaret) yatırım ortaklığı
investment trust
(Ticaret) yatırım fonu
investment trust
(Ticaret) yatırımcı
investment trusts
(Sigorta,Ticaret) yatırım ortaklıkları
investment adviser
yatırım danışmanı
investment bank
yatırım bankası
investment banker
yatırım bankeri
investment banking
yatırım bankacılığı
investment bond
yatırım bonosu
investment budget
yatırım bütçesi
investment capital
yatırım sermayesi
investment certificate
yatırım belgesi
investment company
yatırım şirketi
investment credit
yatırım kredisi
investment funds
yatırım parası
investment incentive
yatırım teşviki
investment incentives
yatırım teşvikleri
investment letter
yatırım mektubu
investment list
yatırım listesi
investment reserve
yatırım rezervi
investment share
katılma belgesi
investment shares
yatırım hisseleri
investment trust
yatırım kredisi
investment advisory services
yatırım danışmanlığı hizmetleri
investment casting
(Teknoloji) Hassas döküm
investment funds
yatırım fonları
investment good
(Ekonomi) Yatırım mali
investment grade
yatırım notu
investment incentives
(Finans) yatırım teşviki
investment paper
yatırım kağıtları
investment specialist
yatırım uzmanlığı
investment volume
yatırım hacmi
investment adviser
mali müşavir
investment advisor
mali müşavir
investment advisor
yatırım danışmanı
investment allowance
(Avrupa Birliği) yatırım indirimi
investment appraisal
(Ticaret) yatırım değerlendirmesi
investment casting
(Havacılık) eriyen kalıpla döküm
investment certificate
(Avrupa Birliği) teşvik belgesi
investment cost category
(Askeri) YATIRIM MALİYETLERİ ANA BÖLÜMÜ
investment costs
(Askeri) YATIRIM GİDERLERİ, YATIRIM MASRAFLARI: Yeni bir imkanı faaliyete sokmak; faal kuvvetler için ilk, ilave veya ikame teçhizatı temin etmek; veya mevcut bir imkanın büyük çapta tadilatını temin etmek amacıyla gelişme aşamasının ötesinde gerekli görülen program masrafları. Bunlara araştırma, geliştirme, test ve değerlendirme, askeri personel ve Harekat ve Bakım masrafları dahil değildir
investment incentive
(Ticaret) yatırım özendirmesi
investment incentive
(Ticaret) yatırım saiki
investment outlays
(Ticaret) yatırım harcamaları
investment portfolio
(Ticaret) yatırım portfolyosu
investment yield
(Ticaret) yatırım randımanı
induced investment
(Ticaret) uyarılmış yatırım
infrastructure investment
altyapı yatırımı
inventory investment
stok yatırımı
intermediate investment
ara yatırım
involuntary investment
gayri iradi yatırım
initial investment
(Ticaret) başlangıçtaki yatırım
invest
{f} yetki vermek
invest
{f} with (bir makama) getirmek
invest
{f} with sorumluluk, yetki
invest
para yatırmak
invest
yatırım yap

Menkul kıymetlerde bir milyon yen yatırım yapabilir. - He can invest a million yen in stocks.

Menkul kıymetlere 500.000 yen yatırım yaptı. - He invested 500,000 yen in stocks.

invest
{f} yatırmak
invest
güç

Yüksek tasarruf oranı Japonya'nın güçlü ekonomik büyümesi için bir faktör olarak kabul edilmektedir.Çünkü o bol yatırım sermayesi kullanılabilirliği anlamına gelmektedir. - A high savings rate is cited as one factor for Japan's strong economic growth because it means the availability of abundant investment capital.

invest
birini makamına oturtmak
invest
(Askeri) muhasara etmek
invest
yatırım

Yatırım şimdi ona % 6 kazanç sağlıyor. - The investment now yields him 6%.

Borsa yatırımında çok para kaybetti. - He lost a lot of money in the stock investment.

invest
bağlamak
invest
birine yetki vermek
investments
(Bilgisayar) yatırımlar
investments
iştirakler
invest
(in ile) para yatırmak
investments
yatırımları
invest
{f} kuşatmak
invest
{f} sarmak
invest
invest in ileride gelir sağlamak için bir şeye para yatırmak
invest
{f} donatmak
invest
giydirmek
invest
{f} in -e (para) yatırmak
invest
invest sar/yatır
invest
{f} in (bir proje için) (para/emek/zaman) harcamak
invest
vermek
invest
sarfetmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
A placement of capital in expectation of deriving income or profit from its use
A mixture of silica sand and plaster which, by surrounding a wax pattern, creates a negative mold of the form used for casting, among other metals, bronze
an asset purchased with the intention of producing capital growth or income, or both, for the owner
money that is invested with an expectation of profit
The purchase or ownership of a security to make money by gaining income, increasing capital, or both Investments may also include artwork, antiques and real estate
The creation of more money through the use of capital
an asset purchased with the intention of producing capital growth or income or both for the owner
Money put into a form that earns a return or profit In essence, the money is being used to make money
the purchase of materials, machines, property, securities, etc in order to produce income or profits
Investment is the purchase of capital equipment Such as the purchase of machines, equipment, factories that firms need to enable them to produce It is usually split into two parts: Replacement investment - this is where companies buy new machinery and equipment that simply replaces something they had already that was worn out or inefficient Depreciation is often used as an approximation for this Net investment - this is where companies buy new machinery or equipment It is this type of investment that actually adds to the capital stock of the economy
Investment of time or effort is the spending of time or effort on something in order to make it a success. I worry about this big investment of time and effort. Process of exchanging income for an asset that is expected to produce earnings at a later time. An investor refrains from consumption in the present in hopes of a greater return in the future. Investment may be influenced by rates of interest, with the rate of investment rising as interest rates fall, but other factors more difficult to measure may also be important for example, the business community's expectations about future demand and profit, technical changes in production methods, and expected relative costs of labour and capital. Investment cannot occur without saving, which provides funding. Because investment increases an economy's capacity to produce, it is a factor contributing to economic growth. investment bank investment casting investment credit investment tax credit investment trust
An item of value purchased for income or capital appreciation
If you describe something you buy as an investment, you mean that it will be useful, especially because it will help you to do a task more cheaply or efficiently. When selecting boots, fine, quality leather will be a wise investment
The term is most commonly used to describe the flow of expenditures devoted to increasing or maintaining the real capital stock In fact a more accurate definition, which clearly encompasses the above, is that investment is the flow of expenditures devoted to projects producing goods which are not intended for immediate consumption These investment projects may take the form of adding to both physical and human capital as well as inventories Investment is a flow, the volume of which is determined by all those projects which yield a positive net present value, or an internal rate of return greater than the interest rate The former is a known as the net present value criterion and the latter as the investment (Pearce, 1996)
the act of putting on robes or vestments
The act of surrounding, blocking up, or besieging by an armed force, or the state of being so surrounded
Money spent now in order to make the economy grow and have more moneyor goods and serviceslater
The laying out of money in the purchase of some species of property; the amount of money invested, or that in which money is invested
Physical investment is the current product set aside during a given period to be used for future production--in other words, an addition to the stock of capital goods As measured by the national income and product accounts, private domestic investment consists of investment in residential and nonresidential structures, producers' durable equipment, and the change in business inventories Financial investment is the purchase of a financial security Investment in human capital is spending on education, training, health services, and other activities that increase the productivity of the workforce Investment in human capital is not treated as investment by the national income and product accounts See capital [Back to top]
That with which anyone is invested; a vestment
The use of money for the purpose of making more money, to gain income, increase capital, or both
investment is the flow of resources into the production of new capital It is the labor, steel, and other inputs devoted to the construction of factories, warehouses, railroads, and other pieces of capital during some period of time
Money put in property or other ventures with the expectation of making a profit, with sufficient security to return and protect the capital; not speculation
the act of investing; laying out money or capital in an enterprise with the expectation of profit
An investment is an amount of money that you invest, or the thing that you invest it in. You'll be able to earn an average rate of return of 8% on your investments
The creation of more money through the use of existing capital
A temporary donation of money to a cause in expectation of making a profit
{i} expenditure of money or effort for future benefits; blockade, siege; cover as if with a garment; empowerment, authorization; install in an office, instate
The act of investing, or the state of being invested
Purchase of stocks, bonds, shares, real property, annuities, collectibles etc, with the expectation of obtaining income or capital gain, or both
Making a campaign contribution to an elected official apparently with the hope of realizing a substantial return For example, during 1991-1992, the multinational conglomerate Archer-Daniels-Midland (ADM) and affiliates gave $1 1 million in soft money contributions to Republican Party committees and $267,500 to Democrats ADM received a waiver of an EPA ruling in the waning days of the Bush administration that encouraged ethanol sales, earning millions of dollars for Andreas and ADM "[Special interests] are good business people They're not going to throw money down the drain So they see this as an investment " -- former U S Rep Tim Valentine (D-N C )
In the case of physical capital, expenditures on new machinery, equipment, or other capital goods In the case of human capital, time, effort and money spent accumulating new knowledge, skills, abilities or capacities
Where money is laid out for income or profit
Investment is the activity of investing money. He said the government must introduce tax incentives to encourage investment
The use of money for the purpose of making more money, to gain income or increase capital or both
the ceremonial act of clothing someone in the insignia of an office; the formal promotion of a person to an office or rank the act of putting on robes or vestments outer layer or covering of an organ or part or organism money that is invested with an expectation of profit
The use of money for the purpose of making more money, to gain income or increase capital, or both
the ceremonial act of clothing someone in the insignia of an office; the formal promotion of a person to an office or rank
outer layer or covering of an organ or part or organism
Putting money into an asset or a financial institution with the aim of making a profit
The utilization of money in the expectation of future returns in the form of income or capital gain
– The utilization of money in the expectation of future returns in the form of income or capital gain
investment bank
A financial institution that deals with raising capital, trading in securities and managing corporate mergers and acquisitions
investment banks
plural form of investment bank
investment grade
The quality grade of a company's credit
investment casting
(Teknoloji) Technical a technique for making small, accurate castings in refractory alloys using a mould formed around a pattern of wax or similar material which is then removed by melting
investment adviser
someone who advises others how to invest their money
investment adviser
one who provides counsel on how and when best to invest
investment appraisal
is essentially the financial analysis undertaken by a lender It is the evaluation of the prospective costs and revenues generated by an investment in a capital project over its expected life
investment appraisal
The process of determining what financial benefits might arise from investing in changes to IT service quality or quantity See also Capital Investment Appraisal
investment assessment
profit that the investor is expected to gain from his investment
investment bank
A financial institution that deals primarily with raising capital, corporate mergers and acquisitions, and securities trades. a bank that buys and sells securities, stocks, or bonds banker banking. Firm that originates, underwrites, and distributes new security issues of corporations and government agencies. The Banking Act of 1933 required the separation of investment banking and commercial banking functions. Investment banks operate by purchasing all the new securities issued by a corporation at one price and selling fractions of the new issue to the investing public at prices high enough to yield a profit. The investment bank is responsible for setting the public offering price, which it bases on probable demand and assessments of the economic climate. A syndicate of investment banking firms underwrites and distributes most security issues in order to divide the risk of the new issue. An initial public offering (IPO) refers to the issuance of the first public shares of a formerly nonpublic company. See also bank; central bank; savings bank; security
investment banker
Person or institution that provides early-stage financing for companies, often before going public
investment banker
A firm, acting as an underwriter or an agent, who serves as intermediary between an issuer of new securities and the investing public The usual practice is for one or more investment bankers to form a syndicate to buy a corporation's new issue and then sell the issue to individuals and institutions--commonly called a "firm commitment underwriting" In a provisional arrangement--called "best effort"--the investment banker acts as an agent rather than principal and markets a new issue without underwriting it Under another provisional arrangement--called "standby commitment"--the investment banker agrees to buy for resale any securities not taken by existing holders of rights
investment banker
An organization that advises companies on their capital structure, helps formulate financial strategies and takeover defenses, consults in major transactions, and participates in underwriting
investment banker
Firm that acts as an intermediary between a company issuing securities and the public; an underwriter or agent who also advises the company issuing the stock
investment banker
An individual or institution that acts as an underwriter or agent for corporations and municipalities issuing securities, but which does not accept deposits or make loans Most also maintain broker/dealer operations, maintain markets for previously issued securities, and offer advisory services to investors Also called investment banker See also bank, commercial bank, originator, syndicate
investment banker
Any financial institution engaged in purchasing and reselling new stocks and bonds
investment banker
Also known as an underwriter The "middleman" between the corporation issuing new securities and the public The usual practice is for one or more investment bankers to buy outright from a corporation a new issue of stocks or bonds The group forms a syndicate to sell the securities to individuals and institutions Investment bankers also distribute very large blocks of stocks or bonds - perhaps held by an estate
investment banker
A financial organization that specializes in selling primary offerings of securities Investment bankers can also perform other financial functions, such as advising clients, negotiating mergers and takeovers, and selling secondary offerings
investment banker
a banker who deals chiefly in underwriting new securities
investment banker
An individual or firm engaged in the financing of capital The middleman between the issuer of new securities and the investor He/She facilitates the conversion of savings into investment Also called an underwriter
investment banker
– An individual or firm engaged in the financing of capital The Investment Banker purchases securities from the Issuer for resale to investors
investment banker
One whose principal business consists of acting as investment adviser and rendering investment supervisory services
investment banker
A securities dealer who facilitates the transfer of securities from the original issuer to the public 568
investment banker
Professional who raises capital and arranges mergers & acquisitions of companies with most of their transactions in the $10 million+ market Investment Bankers do raise their own fund to invest At nvst com, Investment Bankers are classified as Investors and Advisors
investment banker
An institution that assists corporations in raising capital from investors through stock offerings, etc
investment banker
One whose principal business consists of acting as investment adviser and rendering invf1f1e0estment supervisory services
investment banker
A firm that engages in the origination, underwriting, and distribution of new issues
investment banker
A firm engaged in raising capital for an issuer Participates as the middleman in purchasing securities from the issuer and in selling the same securities to investors
investment banker
A financial institution that buys the entire new issue of stocks or bonds from the issuing corporation and then sells such securities to the general public The investment banker is sort of a wholesaler who acts as a middleman between the corporation who seeks to raise capital and the public who wishes to invest
investment banker
Also known as an underwriter The middleman between the corporation issuing new securities and the public The usual practice is for one or more investment bankers to buy outright from a corporation a new issue of stocks or bonds The group forms a syndicate to sell the securities to individuals and institutions Investment bankers also distribute very large blocks of stocks or bonds - perhaps held by an estate
investment banker
An individual or firm engaged in the financing of capital the investment banker is the middleman between the issuer of new securities and the investor He/she facilitates the conversion of savings into investment
investment banker
The firm acting as an underwriter of an issuer The investment banker is the conduit between the issuer and the public investors
investment banker
The intermediary who arranges the issuance of a bond in the public debt market on behalf of a company The investment banker sells the bonds to its clients before the bond is traded in the open market
investment casting
Precision casting for forming metal shapes with minutely precise details. Casting bronze or precious metals typically involves several steps, including forming a mold around the sculptured form; detaching the mold (in two or more sections); coating its inside with wax; forming a second mold, of heat-resisting clay, around the wax shell, and filling the interior with a clay core; baking the assembly (hardening the clay and melting the wax, which escapes through openings in the outer mold); pouring molten bronze into the space vacated by the wax; and breaking the mold to expose the cast form. In modern foundries, plastics, or occasionally frozen mercury, are used instead of wax. See also lost-wax casting, die casting
investment club
a group of people who meet regularly to decide which invesments to buy and sell together, with money that they all put into the group
investment company
company that invests its resources in other businesses
investment company
a financial institution that sells shares to individuals and invests in securities issued by other companies
investment credit
or investment tax credit Tax incentive that permits companies or individuals to deduct a specified percentage of certain investment costs from their tax liability in addition to the normal allowances for depreciation. Investment credits are similar to investment allowances, which permit investors or businesses to deduct a specified percentage of certain capital costs from taxable income. Both investment credits and investment allowances differ from accelerated depreciation by offering a percentage deduction at the time an asset is purchased. In effect, the credits are subsidies for investment. Investment credits and investment allowances were adopted by the U.S. in 1962 in order to protect domestic business from foreign competition but have since been applied toward the support of energy conservation, pollution control, or various forms of desirable economic development
investment decision
(Ticaret) The strategic process of determining the long-term, future costs and benefits of alternative courses of action, which may include a new investment, an additional financial investment in an existing resource, or the abandonment of an existing system or resource
investment financing bank
bank that provides funds for investment purposes
investment function
function used to express an investment in relation to the scope of available income (Economics)
investment fund
A pooled collection of funds, owned by one or more investors, that is managed as one entity by one or more managers The legal structure of the fund can take many forms and can include Unit Trusts, Investment Trusts and Open Ended Investment Company
investment fund
A term generally interchangeable with "mutual fund"
investment fund
(Fonds de placement) A term generally interchangeable with "mutual fund"
investment fund
Investment fund or „funds" for short, are an investment vehicle according to which assets are pooled and jointly managed for investors, invested in securities or real estate Investors participate by owning shares
investment fund
A term generally interchangeable with "mutual fund "
investment fund
An interchangeable term referring to mutual funds and segregated funds
investment fund
An established fund which pools funds from investors in order to purchase a wide variety of financial instruments that will meet the fund's investment goals
investment grade
A critical threshold in the rank of credit ratings Any rating at or above BBB- at S&P and Baa3 at Moody's is investment grade, while any rating below that level is non-investment grade
investment grade
A term used to describe bonds suitable for purchase by prudent investors Standard & Poor's and Moody's, both rating agencies, designate the bondsin their top four categories as investment grade
investment grade
Bonds which are a very high level of credit quality A bond rated BBB or above by Standard and Poors and a bond rated Baa or above by Moodys Any other bond is known as a Junk Bond or High Yielding Bond
investment grade
– Describes the top four rating categories of relatively secure bonds suitable for a conservative investor Standard & Poor's rating service looks upon all bonds between the AAA and BBB ratings as investment grade Generally speaking, any bonds rated below BBB are considered to have speculative features and are deemed sub-investment grade or junk bonds
investment grade
High quality bonds that are rated Baa or higher by Moody's, or BBB or higher by Standard & Poor's Investment grade bonds are considered safe, because the rating reflects the perceived financial stability of the issuer Usually, however, the higher the bond's rating, the lower the interest it must pay to attract buyers
investment grade
Bonds with moderate to low risk, usually with a BBB rating or above
investment grade
An assessment of a bond by a credit-rating firm that indicates whether investors are expected to receive principal and interest payments in full and on time A grade of BBB or higher from Standard & Poor's or Baa or higher from Moody's Investors Service is considered investment grade Lower grades (BB, Ba, B, etc ) are considered speculative Investment grade bonds have less risk of default but lower yields than speculative bonds Speculative bonds are also called high-yield or junk bonds See "Types of Bonds " BACK TO TOP
investment grade
A bond whose credit quality is considered to be among the most secure by any independent bond-rating agency A rating of Baa or higher by Moody's Investors Service or a rating of BBB or higher by Standard & Poor's is considered investment grade
investment grade
Bonds rated in the top four rating categories (AAA, AA, A, BBB) are commonly known as investment grade securities and are considered eligible for bank investment under present commercial bank regulations issued by Comptroller of the Currency
investment grade
Bonds considered suitable for purchase by prudent investors Bonds rated Baa3 and above by Moody's and BBB- and above by Standard & Poor's, Fitch IBCA and Duff & Phelps are considered investment grade
investment grade
High quality bonds that are rated AAA or higher by a rating agency Investment grade bonds are considered safe However, the higher the bond's rating, the lower the interest it offers
investment grade
A bond that is rated within the top four categories by Moody's or Standard & Poor's
investment grade
Bonds issued by organizations with higher credit ratings, Baa or BBB or above
investment grade
Bond issues that the three major bond rating agencies, Moody's, Standard & Poor's, and Fitch rate BBB or Baa or better Many fiduciaries, trustees, some mutual fund managers can only invest in securities with an investment-grade rating
investment grade
Term used in bond rating It indicates that the bond is suitable for prudent investors Fiduciaries often need to maintain credit quality levels and tend to buy mostly investment grade level debt
investment grade
The broad credit designation given bonds which have a high probability of being paid and minor, if any, speculative features Bonds rated BBB or higher by Standard and Poor's Corporation or Baa or higher by Moody's Investors Service, Inc , are deemed by those agencies to be "investment grade " Banking law requires that certain types of securities acquired by bank portfolios must be both marketable and "investment grade"; it should be noted that the presence (or absence) of a rating deemed "investment grade" by the rating agencies is not necessarily indicative of a security's status for purposes of banking law See: RATINGS
investment grade
High-quality bonds, suitable for conservative investment accounts, with credit ratings of BBB or bbb or higher by Standard & Poor's or Moody’s investor services
investment grade
Investment grade relates to a bond being suitable for purchase by institutions under the "prudent man" rule Investment grade is restricted to those bonds graded BBB and above by the rating agencies The two most recognized independent rating agencies for municipal bonds are Moody's and Standard & Poor's
investment grade
Bonds rated in the top four rating categories ("AAA," "AA," "A," "BAA") are commonly known as investment grade securities and are considered eligible for bank investment under present commercial bank regulation issuer by the Comptroller of the Currency
investment grade
A bond with a Standard and Poor's BBB or higher rating or a Moody's Baa or higher rating These bonds are deemed to have a high probability of being paid back, with very minor if any speculative features
investment grade
Designating a bond suitable for purchase by institutions under the prudent man rule Typically BBB from S&P or Baa from Moody's
investment grade
Bonds considered suitable for preservation of invested capital; ordinarily, those rated Baa3 or better by Moody's Investors Service, or BBB- or better by Standard & Poor's Corporation (see "ratings")
investment in foreign currency
put money into foreign currency so as to make a profit
investment in infrastructure
investing of time and money into the essential elements which form the base of a system
investment letter
a letter of intent saying that a letter security is being bought for investment and not for resale; avoids need for SEC registration
investment management
{i} process of investing and managing money
investment manager
person that oversees investments
investment portfolio
record of one's investments
investment program
program for the investing of money with the intention of making a profit, program for the investing of resources with the intention of benefiting economically
investment trust
or closed-end trust Financial organization that pools the funds of its shareholders and invests them in a diversified portfolio of securities. It differs from a mutual fund, which issues units representing diversified holdings rather than shares in the company itself. Investment trusts have a fixed number of shares for sale; their price depends on the market value of the underlying securities and on the demand for and supply of shares. The first modern investment trusts were formed in England and Scotland as early as 1860. Many early U.S. investment trusts failed with the collapse of the stock market in 1929, but others have since prospered under stricter federal regulation
investment trust
A public company investing in a collection of shares managed by professional investment managers
investment trust
A closed-end fund regulated by the Investment Company Act of 1940 These funds have a fixed number of shares that are traded on the secondary markets, like corporate stock The market price may exceed the net asset value per share, in which case shares are selling at a premium When the market price falls below the (NAV)/share, shares are selling at a discount Many closed-end funds are of a specialized nature; the portfolio represents a particular industry or, country These funds are usually listed on U S and foreign exchanges
investment trust
A company whose sole business consists of buying, selling and holding shares
investment trust
corporation that invests in different stocks
investment trust
a limited company (with a fixed share capital) that holds and deals in shares of other companies, to provide a low-risk income for its shareholders
investment trust
Company whose sole business consists of buying, selling and holding shares
investment trust
A limited company, which makes its money by investing in other companies on behalf of its shareholders
investment trust
An investment trust is a company which invests in a spread of equities or fixed interest securities You can buy shares in the investment trust The shares are publicly quoted, and their price will vary according to the value of the underlying investments owned by the investment trust
investment trust
A type of investment vehicle whereby the trust sponsors put together a fixed/unmanaged portfolio of securities and then sell ownership units in the portfolio to individual investors; also called a unit investment trust
investment trust
Unlike a unit trust, which is 'open-ended', an investment trust is effectively a company which, for a management fee, invests the pooled money of small investors in securities for stated investment objectives An investment trust is 'closed-end' in that it has a fixed number of shares that are traded like stock, often on many different exchanges Visit the Flemings website for more details
investment trust
A business which sells stock in itself to general money for investment in real estate, stock, etc
investment trust
A public limited company that holds shares in other public and private companies as its main business
investment trust
Investment trusts are companies formed with the aim of managing a portfolio of investments They issue a fixed number of shares which investors can purchase and sell
investment trust
a financial institution that sells shares to individuals and invests in securities issued by other companies
investment trust
A public limited company that makes investments into a variety of other companies Notwithstanding several important differences to unit trusts, these are also pooled stock market investment funds Unlike unit trusts they can take on debt that can amplify the underlying movements See Gearing
investment trust
A closed-end fund regulated by the Investment Company Act of 1940 These funds have a fixed number of shares which are traded on the secondary markets similarly to corporate stocks The market price may exceed the net asset value per share, in which case it is considered at a "premium " When the market price falls below the (N A V )/share, it is at a "discount " Many closed-end funds are of a specialized nature, with the portfolio representing a particular industry, country, etc These funds are usually listed on US and foreign exchanges
investment trust
A closed-end fund These funds have a fixed number of shares that are traded on the secondary markets, like corporate stock The market price may exceed the net asset value per share, in which case shares are selling at a premium When the market price falls below the (NAV)/share, shares are selling at a discount Many closed-end funds are of a specialized nature; the portfolio represents a particular industry or, country
invest
To spend money, time, or energy into something, especially for some benefit or purpose

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invest
: To make investments
invest
To commit money or capital in the hope of financial gain
invest
An unnamed tropical weather pattern "to investigate" for development into a significant (named) system
invest
To prepare for lost wax casting by creating an investment mold (a mixture of a silica sand and plaster)
invest
To envelop, wrap, cover
invest
To lay siege to
invest
furnish with power or authority; of kings or emperors
ınvestment
{n} dress, clothes, investiture, the act of converting money into property less fleeting, the sums so expended
invest
To clothe, as with office or authority; to place in possession of rank, dignity, or estate; to endow; to adorn; to grace; to bedeck; as, to invest with honor or glory; to invest with an estate
invest
to give; to furnish; to clothe
invest
to lay out money with an expectation to profit
invest
To lay out money for any purpose from which a profit is expected
invest
If you invest time or energy in something, you spend a lot of time or energy on something that you consider to be useful or likely to be successful. I would rather invest time in Rebecca than in the kitchen
invest
v To spend or utilize your attention, time, money or effort for future advantage or benefit
invest
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invest
using money wisely in order to have funds for future needs
invest
If you invest in something useful, you buy it, because it will help you to do something more efficiently or more cheaply. The company invested thousands in an electronic order-control system The easiest way to make ice cream yourself is to invest in an ice cream machine
invest
make an investment; "Put money into bonds" provide with power and authority; "They vested the council with special rights" furnish with power or authority; of kings or emperors
invest
To lay out (money or capital) in business with the view of obtaining an income or profit; as, to invest money in bank stock
invest
An unnamed tropical weather pattern "to investigate" for development into a significant (named) system. A temporary designation by the U.S. Naval Research Lab Joint Typhoon Warning Center and National Hurricane Center. Internal jargon (possibly teletype abbreviation) in the 1980s
invest
To put money into a business in order to make a profit (the amount of income that remains after all expenses are paid) The investor hopes to get a certain part of the profit that the business makes
invest
To commit (money or capital) for financial gain or benefit
invest
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invest
To surround, accompany, or attend
invest
Usually followed by with, sometimes by in; as, to invest one with a robe
invest
to spend money in order to produce income or profits
invest
provide with power and authority; "They vested the council with special rights"
invest
To confer; to give
invest
To put garments on; to clothe; to dress; to array; opposed to divest
invest
To inclose; to surround or hem in with troops, so as to intercept succors of men and provisions and prevent escape; to lay siege to; as, to invest a town
invest
To formally give someone some power or authority
invest
If you invest in something, or if you invest a sum of money, you use your money in a way that you hope will increase its value, for example by paying it into a bank, or buying shares or property. They intend to invest directly in shares He invested all our profits in gold shares When people buy houses they're investing a lot of money
invest
to put your money into CDs, money market accounts, mutual funds, savings accounts, bonds, stocks or objects that you hope will grow in value and earn you more money
invest
When a government or organization invests in something, it gives or lends money for a purpose that it considers useful or profitable. the British government's failure to invest in an integrated transport system. the European Investment Bank, which invested £100 million in Canary Wharf Why does Japan invest, on average, twice as much capital per worker per year than the United States?
invest
To commit (money or capital) in order to gain a financial return - to put one's money into a business or project to make more money
invest
To make investments
invest
place ceremoniously or formally in an office or position; "there was a ceremony to induct the president of the Academy"
invest
To make an investment; as, to invest in stocks; usually followed by in
invest
To clothe or wrap (with garments)
invest
give qualities or abilities to
invest
{f} expend money or effort for future benefits; grant; empower, authorize; install, instate; cover, clothe; enthrone; adorn; endow with a characteristic; surround, besiege
invest
make an investment; "Put money into bonds"
invest
Use money to make more money, usually with the understanding that risk is involved Often done by purchasing items of value for income or capital appreciation, such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, real estate, CDs, and collectibles
invest
To invest someone with rights or responsibilities means to give them those rights or responsibilities legally or officially. The constitution had invested him with certain powers
invest
To put on
invest
To ceremonially install someone in some office
investments
amount of money or other resources measured in terms of money placed on activities or other forms of assets for the assets, whether done by others, or done on own account
investments
– amount of money or other resources measured in terms of money placed on activities or other forms of assets for the purpose of earning profits (Government Service Insurance System)
investments
As a discipline, the study of financial securities, such as stocks and bonds, from the investor's viewpoint
investments
Amounts maintained by the University in various investments Select the specific code that best describes the type of investment
investments
Any investments that could be converted to cash immediately or within one year
investments
Assets you buy either to profit from or to own for a long time These can include shares, land and property, a pension or your home
investments
plural of investment
investments
Investments other than investments in subsidiaries, associates and joint ventures, are reflected at fair value Increases and decreases in fair values of available for sale investments are reflected in the revaluation reserve On disposal of an investment, the balance in the revaluation reserve is recognised in the income statement Where regulated markets exist, fair values are determined with reference to the stock exchange quoted selling prices at the close of business on the balance sheet date Where no regulated markets exist, investments are carried at cost
investments
– amount of money or other resources measured in terms of money placed on activities or other forms of assets for the assets, whether done by others, or done on own account
investments
Securities, real estate, etc , held for the production of revenues in the form of interest, dividends, rentals, or lease payments   The term excludes fixed assets used in governmental operations
investments
As a discipline, the study of financial securities, such as stocks and bonds, from the investor's viewpoint This area deals with the firm's financing decision, but from the other side of the transaction
investments
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investments
Listed investments classified as available-for-sale financial assets are carried at market value, which is calculated by reference to stock exchange quoted ruling prices at the close of business on the balance sheet date
investments
An asset or item with value that is purchased for income or capital appreciation 1
investments
A company's equity ownership in unconsolidated subsidiaries and affiliates Listed in the category of assets (for example, "Investments and sundry assets") on the statement of financial position
investments
A broad term used to connoted savings or capital improvements instead of immediate consumption The investment can in securities such as stocks and bonds or in fixed assets such vehicles and machinery In business, purchase of inventory can also be considered an investment in the business that will pay off in terms of returns that are larger than the investment Typically, investments refers to investment in securities level of aggregation within funds: Since a single fund type can have many funds within it, the financial statements aggregate at different levels The highest is combined and there only the fund type is shown (e g , special revenue or capital projects) The next level is combining Here each fund within a type is show but they are show in column format Thus, if the capital projects fund has five separate funds these would be shown in column format as under the title, combining If each fund were shown separately for each statement, the title would be individual
investments
Assets held not for operational purposes or for rendering services, i e , assets other than fixed assets or current assets (e g securities, shares, debentures, immovable properties)
investments
Securities and real estate held for the production of income in ft form of interest, dividends, or rentals, or lease payments The account does not include fixed assets used in LEA operations
investment