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Entries starting with B205 results

B-share
B-shares are shares issued domestically by Chinese companies and listed on either the Shanghai or Shenzhen stock exchanges. B-shares are ...
B-share market
See A-share/B-share markets
B2B
B2B stands for business to business and is most frequently used to describe transactions between companies, for example in a supply chain, ...
baby bond
In US, bond with a par value of less than US$1,000, designed to appeal to small investors.
back office
A blanket term used to describe the administrative and support functions of a financial institution. In the mutual fund world, back office ...
back-door listing
A method of listing a business on the stock market without going through an IPO. Private Company. A agrees to inject the assets of its ...
back-end load
The fee charged to an investor to withdraw money from a mutual fund, pension plan or other managed investment schemes. Generally, the fee is ...
backward integration
When a company acquires its raw material or component suppliers.
backwardation
Backwardation occurs when the price of a spot or near-term contract is higher than the price for forward deliveries. This is applied ...
bad debt
Debt that is recognised by a bank or a company as unlikely ever to be repaid or collected. The amount is normally written off in the profit ...
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