Appreciation

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Appreciation

The fair and reasonable estimation of the value of an item. The increase in the financial worth of an asset as compared to its value at a particular earlier date as a result of inflation or greater market demand.

appreciation

n. the increase in value through the natural course of events as distinguished from improvements or additions. (See: appreciate)

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5th DCA 2000), which holds that asset appreciation is subject to equitable distribution where marital labor contributes to its value, even where the increased value is primarily created by passive inflation.
However, the target's ability to appropriate the gain is reduced by the fact that its bargaining position is weaker when the potential for asset appreciation of the bidder is higher.
"We remain confident our strategy will go on delivering strong growth, further asset appreciation and value creation for the benefit of our shareholders," he said.
Investors are very optimistic and counting on high returns based on both increasing cash flows and asset appreciation.
The most straightforward approach is an exit tax on all untaxed asset appreciation on departure.
Higher real interest rates will not only curtail the pace of asset appreciation but will also raise the cost of debt service--thereby exerting twin pressures on the asset-driven portion of domestic demand.
If the plan's smoothed assets exceed the present value of liabilities and the assumed long-run asset appreciation rate is much greater than the settlement rate, it is a favorable double whammy.
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The purchase option also reserves substantially all of the economic value of any asset appreciation for the tenant.