financial position

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Financial position

The account status of a firm's or individual's assets, liabilities, and equity positions as reflected on its financial statement.

Financial Position

The total assets, liabilities, and/or equity a person or company holds. This term especially applies to investment positions. See also: Long Position, Short Position.

financial position

The state of and the relationships among the various financial data found on a firm's balance sheet. For example, a company with fairly valued and relatively liquid assets, combined with a small amount of debt compared to owner's equity, is generally described as being in a strong financial position. Also called financial condition.
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They know exactly what munitions are reaching our shores from abroad, they know how we are paying for them, they know exactly our financial condition, they know all about our new guns, they know just how many men we could send over to France to-morrow and how many we could get through in three months' time.
Randall refused to consider any improvement in their financial condition as a possibility.
Lucien inquired with interest as to the financial condition of the former protector of their family.
The current approach, described in a new IMF paper, involves a systematic assessment of financial vulnerabilities for financial firms and markets, and business, household and government borrowers, and a summary financial stability risk measure in terms of forecast GDP growth depending on financial conditions. The two-part approach enhances transparency and provides a path to better communication among financial regulators and central banks, and ultimately policymaking.
Parents or guardians of children attending Renfrewshire primary, secondary or special schools during the school session who satisfy the financial conditions are eligible to apply for free school meals and/or clothing grants.
Increases in policy interest rates in the GCC, in line with US Federal Reserve monetary policy normalization, and declines in real estate (Qatar, UAE ) and equity (Dubai, Oman) prices have led to tighter domestic financial conditions, restraining non-oil activity
WASHINGTON, April 10 (KUNA) -- Financial conditions have "tightened" since the October 2018 Global Financial Stability Report (GFSR) but remain "relatively accommodative," notably in the US, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said Wednesday.
The report cites a "solid pace" of growth and inflation near the 2% objective through the second half of 2018, aside from "transitory" energy price movements, though with "softer global economic and financial conditions" and "muted inflation pressures" as reason that the FOMC adopted a "patient" approach since the January FOMC meeting "as it determines what future adjustments to the federal funds rate may be appropriate." The labor market "has continued to strengthen," consumer price inflation "moved down" to an estimated 1.7% in December, consumer spending "weakened toward year-end," and "housing market activity declined." Domestic financial conditions " have become less supportive of economic growth since July," though "the U.S.
The decision comes despite political pressures, a substantial tightening in financial conditions, a less impressive growth outlook and softer inflation and inflation expectations.
"Medium-term risks remain elevated as easy financial conditions contribute to a further build up of financial vulnerabilities," the IMF said.
The bail assessment beyond their means violated the Maryland Judiciary's rule that financial conditions on pretrial detention be set only as a last resort and never in an amount beyond the defendants capacity to pay, the Court of Special Appeals stated in its reported 3-0 decision.
India's economic growth is expected to moderate in the second half of this financial year after a strong first quarter, owing to tighter financial conditions, high oil prices and slowing global growth, says a UBS report.

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