Current order

Current order

In the context of periodic repayment schedules, the next periodic principal repayment.

Current Order

The payment on a loan or other liability that is due next. For example, if a student loan is due on the third of each month, and it is currently December 8th, the current order is the loan payment due on January 3rd of the following year.
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This new guidance for 2017, which is based on the current order backlog and market outlook as well as further cost savings, is for sales to be approximately EUR1,100m to EUR1,200m and adjusted EBIT expected to be approximately 3% to 4%.
Interviewed construction companies were more pessimistic in assessing their current order book in June, the ERC added.
10 January 2011 - Poland's IT company Infovide-Matrix (WAR:IMX) said on Friday its current order backlog presages well for the company but no acquisitions or 2010 dividends are seen on the horizon.
The current order book for the Embraer 170 and its derivatives stands at just over 450.
But the company, which has launched a Teesside engineering maintenance subsidiary, says its current order book has rocketed by 194pc to pounds 53m.
Fox has seen rapid growth since going national in March 2000, with current order volume running at 2,000 a month and climbing, according to the company.
BFW's current order backlog is approximately $172 million.
This current order is the fourth machine order from Sun Paper to Metso in the past two years.
The current order levels haven't reached the activity of June 1998.
Add a prefix or suffix to the plant names, thus leaving them in their current order for identification purposes but allowing them also to be grouped by their emerging properties.

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