Over the life of the firm, the total expenditures on long-term assets
, such as the plant, property and equipment, amounted to just over $2 billion.
The article implied that a higher net long-term assets
ratio results in an increased asset-side interest rate risk.
1) In the corporate finance literature, long-term asset
accruals have been shown as a valid measure of capital investment (Hsiao and Li, 2013).
Whether the prices of long-term assets
should be expected to behave more volatile or less volatile than the prices of short-term assets is a heatly debated and contentious issue in financial economics.
AICPA Depreciation spreads the cost of long-term assets
over time and computes depreciation for six separate reporting bases: book, federal, state, alternative minimum tax (AMT), adjusted current earnings and other.
First, we don't finance long-term assets
with short-term debt.
Speaking on the Future Fund, Prof Chan said theoretically long-term assets
have a higher return than assets with higher liquidity, for example stocks.
With large holdings in all major asset classes, our industry serves as the principal investors in the bonds, mortgages, and real estate that represent long-term assets
in our economy.
These latest acquisitions reflect the continued interest among high-quality corporations to match their long-term assets
with long-term financing while utilizing the tailored financing provided by W.
Segregation of an active trader's positions from investments held for long-term is crucial to protecting these long-term assets
from MTM treatment.
Investing activities are the acquisition and disposal of long-term assets
and other investments that are not included in cash and cash equivalents.