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debt service

noun carrying cost, charge, cost of the loan, obligation, overhead payment, repayment
Associated concepts: bankruptcy, fraudulent debt, interrogation, solvency, usury
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Statements about RCC's future prospects are forward-looking and, therefore, involve certain risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to: the ability to integrate newly acquired properties with current operations, competitive considerations, success of customer enrollment and retention initiatives, the ability to increase wireless usage and reduce customer acquisition costs, the ability to deploy new network technology on a timely basis, and the ability to service debt.
However, households' ability to service debt remains strong, as the ratio of interest expenditure to disposable income is low.
Statements about RCC's future prospects are forward-looking and, therefore, involve certain risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to: the ability to integrate newly acquired properties with current operations, competitive considerations, success of customer enrollment and retention initiatives, the ability to increase wireless usage and reduce customer acquisition costs, the ability to deploy new network technology on a timely basis, the ability to service debt, and other factors discussed in RCC's Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2005 and from time to time in its other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
00 times for the more established guarantors, reflecting the larger companies' more robust earnings stream relative to their debt load and indicating their stronger capacity to service debt, even at higher leverage levels.
IPALCO's ratings also consider the structural subordination of IPALCO's debt to that of IPL, the reliance on distributions from IPL to service debt and operating expenses, and linkage to much weaker parent company AES Corporation (AES).
These risks, uncertainties and assumptions include general economic and political conditions, interest rates, market fluctuations and changes in client trading activity, increased competition, systems failures and capacity constraints, ability to service debt obligations, integration associated with the TD Waterhouse transaction, realization of synergies from the TD Waterhouse transaction, effects of the new price offering, regulatory and legal matters and uncertainties and other risk factors described in our latest Annual Report on Form 10-K, filed with the SEC on Dec.

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