Net investment

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Net investment

Gross, or total investment minus depreciation.
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Net Investment

The amount a person or company has invested in a certain venture less the depreciation on the venture's assets.
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'The decline was due largely to the drop in net investments in debt instruments (consisting mainly of intercompany borrowings/lending between foreign direct investors and their subsidiaries/affiliates in the Philippines), which amounted to $333 million from $724 million in the same month in 2017,' the central bank said.
The BSP said the decline in net inflows was because of the 28.3 percent drop in net investments of equity capital of $2.1 billion as of end-November.
This has taken their cumulative net investments into the Indian equity markets, since being allowed over two decades ago in November 1992, to $ 162 billion or nearly ` 8 lakh crore.
NEW DELHI -- Amid hopes of a stable and reform-oriented government after general elections, net investments by foreign institutional investors into India so far this year has reached $10 billion level, while their cumulative total inflows into the country is nearing $200 billion mark.
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Monthly net investments had been running at more than pounds 2bn since June.
Net investments totalled DKK9.6bn in January-September 2010.
Is the company's capital structure--the balance between the owners' investment and external borrowing--providing the best way to finance net investments?
Net investments in foreign subsidiaries -- Foreign-currency transactions used to hedge a parent's investment in its foreign subsidiaries, or equity hedges, include virtually all types of foreign-currency transactions, ranging from existing-parent foreign-exchange liabilities to sophisticated derivatives transactions.
'The decline was due largely to the drop in net investments in debt instruments (consisting mainly of inter-company borrowings/lending between foreign direct investors and their subsidiaries/affiliates in the Philippines), which amounted to $333 million from $724 million in the same month in 2017,' the central bank said.