Uninvested


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Uninvested

Usually refers to cash that could be invested but is being held in reserve.

Uninvested

Money that a person or company could invest but does not. Uninvested funds may be savings, money placed aside for dividends, another optional expense, or even spending money.
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Al-Ahdab field, in the al-Ahrar district, (25 km) western Kut city, is one of the uninvested Iraqi oilfields that is, if deveoped, expected to hit 200,000 barrels per day (bpd) in capacity.
4 per cent with food sales up over five per cent, but noted like-for-like sales across the Bars estate as a whole declined one per cent as some of its uninvested sites started showing a sales decline in the second half.
Therefore, as long as we as clinicians continue to minimize the negative impact such uninvested persons introduce to a treatment environment intended for invested, cooperative patients, we invariably taint the treatment process.
said in an HFN article earlier this year that there is $80 billion to $100 billion in uninvested private-equity capital in the market.
Fundtech intends to link securities, cash payment processes and FX over time, to help financial companies increase investment capital and returns and reduce levels of uninvested cash and collateral needed for investment activities.
It means that each month the pounds 250 lies uninvested, up to pounds 2million in interest is being lost.
Every day the pounds 250 gift lies uninvested they lose valuable interest.
Sales per square foot at refurbished Somerfield stores (a third of the estate) were 14 [pounds sterling] compared to 10 [pounds sterling] at uninvested stores, while revamped Kwik Saves (10% of the estate) were generating 10 [pounds sterling] per sq ft compared to 7 [pounds sterling] for unconverted stores.
It said: "Significantly, in the second half of the financial year, as the proportion of uninvested branches continues to fall, their performance will have less impact on group results.
Had an investor been uninvested for only the 10 days which saw the greatest percentage rises during that 15-year period, his return would have fallen to 213.
They [CEOs] know, for example, that a strong customer franchise is critical to business success, and that doing business with people you trust and understand is more predictable and efficient, and thus more profitable, than doing business with uninvested strangers," wrote Frederick F.