borrowed funds

borrowed funds
позикові кошти; залучені кошти

The English-Ukrainian Dictionary. Economics, Finance, Banking, Investmentss, Bank Loans. . 2002.

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  • Borrowed Capital — Funds borrowed from either individuals or institutions. Borrowed capital can be used in a number of ways. Investors use borrowed capital to increase their potential investment returns; this use is known as leverage. The upside of investing with… …   Investment dictionary

  • borrowed reserves — Funds borrowed from a Federal Reserve Bank by member banks to maintain the required reserve ratios. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary …   Financial and business terms

  • cost of borrowed funds — total cost of taking out a loan (including interest and commission) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • funds borrowed on behalf of the State — valstybės vardu pasiskolintos lėšos statusas Aprobuotas sritis Finansai apibrėžtis Lietuvos Respublikos Vyriausybei atstovaujančios Lietuvos Respublikos finansų ministerijos Lietuvos Respublikos Vyriausybės nustatyta tvarka pasiskolintos lėšos,… …   Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas)

  • Loanable funds — In economics, the loanable funds market is a hypothetical market that brings savers and borrowers together, also bringing together the money available in commercial banks and lending institutions available for firms and households to finance… …   Wikipedia

  • Marginal Cost Of Funds — The incremental cost of borrowing more money to fund additional asset purchases or investments. In its simplest calculation, the marginal cost of funds is simply the interest rate on the new loan balance. Marginal cost of funds is often confused… …   Investment dictionary

  • Non-Borrowed Reserves — A measure of the reserves in the banking system. Non borrowed reserves represent the numerical difference between total reserves minus funds that have been borrowed from the Fed discount window. The first element of this equation consists of the… …   Investment dictionary

  • long-term funds — ➔ fund1 * * * long term funds UK US noun [plural] FINANCE ► money that has been borrowed for a period of ten years: »Venture capitalists provide equity and other types of long term funds to unlisted companies. → Compare SHORT TERM FUNDS(Cf …   Financial and business terms

  • short-term funds — ➔ fund1 * * * short term funds UK US noun [plural] FINANCE ► money that has been borrowed for a short time, usually less than five years: »Borrowers are often businessmen seeking to raise short term funds to clinch deals. → Compare LONG TERM… …   Financial and business terms

  • cost of funds — United Kingdom The cost of borrowing money. In the context of lending, it means: • The cost to the lender (typically a bank) of borrowing in an interbank market to enable it to fund the loan it has agreed to provide to the borrower. For example,… …   Law dictionary

  • leverage — le·ver·age 1 / le vrij, və rij/ n: the use of credit to enhance one s speculative capacity leverage 2 vt aged, ag·ing: to provide (as a corporation) or supplement (as money) with leverage Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

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