Internal measure

Internal measure

The number of days that a firm can finance operations without additional cash income.

Internal Measure

A measure of the cash a company has on hand. The internal measure shows how long the company can maintain operations without additional revenue or financing.
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Brand Contribution is an internal measure of profitability before the allocation of certain Group pooled costs such as finance, information technology and human resources.
Capital ratios across the five banks ticked up by 42bp in 2016 on Fitch's internal measure (Fitch Core Capital) and also rose at a similar level on regulatory measures.
It is not always easy to distinguish an internal measure from a border measure when the measure is applied to imported products at the time or point of importation.
EVA is an internal measure that highlights the increase in wealth to the shareholder by investing in the organisation's shares.
Moreover, the major purpose of grading, the researchers add, "changed from an internal measure and motivator of student performance to a measure principally used for external evaluation of graduates"--potential job applicants.
The comprehensive admissions score is an internal measure that Northwestern uses to identify the strongest candidates and takes into account standardised test scores, high school grades, essays, recommendations and a personal interview.
Instead, they are an internal measure of how we feel at any given time.
But the group said revenue profit, which is its internal measure of underlying pre-tax group profits used to assess its performance, was 10.
Implementing a cancer risk assessment for dioxin using a margin of exposure approach and an internal measure of dose.
In essence, this is best described as "residual income"-the only internal measure of corporate performance to tie directly to value.
In effect, this requirement prohibits creditors from using an index such as an internal measure of cost-of-funds or their own prime rate, which roughly one-quarter of creditors have used in the past.

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