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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7% y/y) Investing outflows on long-term assets, mostly related to the modernization project, were at US$ 36.
Prior to the acquisition, Hillshire Brands invested in long-term assets (meat processing facilities) and in a portfolio of strong brands.
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.
Stoinev pointed out that the assets of the Bulgarian Energy Holding, BEH, amount to EUR 195 M in response to the ex-Economy Minister Delyan Dobrev's claims that BEH have no other long-term assets except a building and a number of cars.
2003a) argue that working capital accruals and long-term asset accruals are both proxies for firm growth.
bed Al-Zeera, the CEO and board member said, "Under the auspices mentioned by our chairman, despite the market slowdown we acquired three new long-term assets costing a total of $22.
Mike Birchall, from the developers Trinity Developments, told members of Morpeth Pride Regeneration Partnership, they want to stem the cash leaking from the town and invest in their long-term assets in Back Riggs and Sanderson.
These are long-term assets for us, not short-term cash grabs," Jaehrling says.
We anticipate companies will continue to seek long-term financing to match their long-term assets as their real estate remains at a cyclical peak while interest rates are expected to rise.
Clients frequently use working capital to finance long-term assets, which creates a balance sheet mismatch and puts undue pressure on cash availability.
Next year's sites will continue to offer free tax preparation and financial counseling so we can educate families on how to build long-term assets with their refunds," the mayor said.
This feature of our model leads to a "mispricing" of short-term risks relative to long-term risks in the sense that long-term investment strategies composed of short-term assets are priced higher (per unit of expected payoff) than long-term assets although the latter involve less long-term risk.