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This glossary is a FREE SERVICE to assist the student and enthusiast alike to get a better understanding of financial terms, analyst industry jargon and monetary concepts. It is a free service to all internet users.
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Exact search         lion Contains the word      millions
Starts with word     lioness Ends with word          million
 
warranty a condition that must literally be complied with, literally and completely

weighted average cost of capital, k Weighted average cost of capital, K (WACC, C, required return, hurdle rate) K is the sum of the cost of debt and the cost of equity in a business. [K= Ke + Kd= (Ke% Equity) + (Kd% Debt) or K% = (Wd Kd% ) + (We Ke%) Where: Wd is the weight of debt as a proportion of total capital. We is the weight of equity as a proportion of total capital. Kd is the cost of debt. Ke is the cost of equity.

working capital (Net current assets, circulating assets) Working capital is the net amount of receivables plus inventories less payables. (Debtors + stock - creditors)