Fixed Asset

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Fixed Asset

Property, such as machinery or buildings, utilized in a business that will not be used or liquidated during the current fiscal period.

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Respondents rated long-term assets, financial assets, accruals and receivables as the areas being most prone to error.
50.4% y/y to US$ 32.2mn in 1H16 on the back of lower cash receipts (-32.7% y/y) Investing outflows on long-term assets, mostly related to the modernization project, were at US$ 36.0mn, about the same level as last year.
It has over USD263bn in long-term assets under management across a broad range of investment strategies in fixed income, equity, multi-asset, alternatives and absolute return.
We advise Middle East investors seeking viable long-term assets to recognize and capitalize on China's new economic frontiers."
Agribusinesses invest in long-term assets by building capacity to create products to sell for many accounting periods in the future.
"This transaction marks the value of the high-margin, long-term assets in our Malaysian business.
According to a June 5, 2014, article from The Wall Street Journal, "Credit unions' net holdings of long-term assets, a measure of exposure to rising interest rates, rose to an all-time high at the end of 2013 to 35.85% of total assets, according to the NCUA.
The index uses two factors in weighting bonds in the portfolio: long-term assets, which represent the portion of assets that long-term bondholders have a claim on, and cash flow, which reflects debt service capacity.
This would bring necessary funds into the country, to be channelised into stock markets and other long-term assets, and the government of the day could control its fiscal deficit.
According to the report, about 26.01 billion manat of the total amount of assets fell to current assets and about 876.63 million manat - long-term assets.
Commenting on a statement of former Energy Minister Delyan Dobrev that the long-term assets of the Bulgarian Energy Holding were a building and several cars, Stoynev emphasized that BEH had assets of BGN 10.7 B.
These funds will be able to invest only in unlisted companies that need capital over a long period, in long-term assets and in venture capital or social entrepreneurship funds.