Financial assets

Financial assets

Claims on real assets.

Financial Asset

A non-physical asset. Examples of financial assets include bank accounts and shares in a publicly-traded company. Financial assets are distinguished from physical assets like real estate and personal property. In general, when one speaks of "investing" and the "market," one is referring to financial assets, though both those terms may include non-financial assets like corn or wheat.
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The government is working on a national policy that could see all holders of unclaimed financial assets submit them to the Unclaimed Financial Assets Authority (UFAA).
Summary: New Delhi [India], Dec 29 (ANI): The financial assets of Indian residents' abroad exhibited an increase of USD 18.
At the end of the fourth quarter of 2016, households' financial assets amounted to 5,586 billion; this figure was up markedly by 98 billion (or 1.
Rising housing market activity and the increased value of people's financial assets helped household wealth to increase by PS1.
Financial assets now account for 61% of wealth, up from 55% in 2004.
The survey divides asset holdings between financial assets and nonfinancial assets (like houses and cars).
Travel Business Review-August 17, 2012--Deutsche Bundesbank - Acquisition of financial assets and financing in Germany in the first quarter of 2012; Results of the financial accounts by sector(C)2012] ENPublishing - http://www.
31 January 2011 - The financial assets of Finnish households grew by 2.
2 million) in financial assets, the third highest in Asia after Japan and Singapore, according to the "Global Wealth Report" published by the Allianz Group on Oct.
Japanese households saw the balance of their financial assets fall for the eighth straight quarter in the July to September period, but the pace of decline decelerated amid pick-ups in the stock market, a Bank of Japan survey showed Thursday.
During the first three quarters of 2008 alone, the value of household financial assets decreased by about eight per cent in the US and the UK, by close to six per cent in the euro area, and by five per cent in Japan.
166, "Accounting for Transfers of Financial Assets," and SFAS No.

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