Anticipated Interest

Anticipated Interest

The interest that an account or debt will accrue over a given period of time, assuming a compound interest rate and an unchanging principal (not including added interest).
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Due to the anticipated interest we will be restricting registration to two directors from each organisation.
This is attributable mainly due to profit-taking and continued uncertainties arising from international and domestic developments such as the anticipated interest rate increase in the United States and the closure order for several mining companies in the country,' the BSP said in a statement.
Hedge funds gained in March as the Federal Reserve proceeded with a widely anticipated interest rate increase concurrent with a weakening of the Trump trade, and as U.
The agreement is expected to be signed Thursday, with the petroleum financing to have an anticipated interest rate of two per cent and a grace period of approximately three years.
Harwood anticipated interest in the containers will remain high.
Now, the Fed's anticipated interest rate hike finally occurred in December 2015, but the bank did not start implementing its roadmap.
There was little movement in mortgage rates ahead of a much anticipated interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve.
The anticipated interest rate increase impacted brokers' confidence in the market six months from now and their main concerns were focused on the financing market for commercial real estate sales.
With the Federal Reserve's highly anticipated interest rate decision just two days away, former European Central Bank (ECB) president, Jean-Claude Trichet, has urged the American central bank to be free from the opinions of the IMF and the World Bank.
Dubai: Stocks in the UAE closed a tad higher despite low volumes, helped by steady crude oil prices but analysts still painted a bearish outlook for equities ahead of an anticipated interest rate in the United States expected later this month.
MetAnalisis consultant Gerardo Copca says the decline is due to pressure from falling oil prices and an anticipated interest rate hike in the U.
Washington -- US employers added the fewest number of jobs in more than a year in March, which could heighten concerns over the recent slowdown in economic growth and delay an anticipated interest rate increase by the Federal Reserve.