Temporary Assets

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Temporary Assets

That portion of a firm's current assets that fluctuates in response to seasonal or anticipated short-term.

Temporary Assets

A subset of a company's current assets that changes according to seasonal fluctuations. For example, a retail store's current inventory may include holiday decorations around Christmas. These decorations would be temporary assets with respect to the remainder of the store's inventory.
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It obtained a temporary restraining order and temporary asset freeze, and Azzata is temporarily barred from serving as an officer or director of eCareer Holdings and voting the company's shares.
According to Turkey's HabertE-rk daily, Judge SE-leyman KaracE[micro]l approved the temporary asset freeze which was issued for businessmen Abdullah Tivnikli, Mustafa Latif TopbaE-, Cemal Kalyoncu, Eumer Faruk Kalyoncu, Mehmet Cengiz, E[pounds sterling]same Kutub and Cengiz AktE-rk as part of the second phase of the graft investigation, which started on Wednesday.
Friendship with Germany would be easy to regain, and Russia -- merely a temporary asset -- could be discarded as a partner afterward.
Jan Mazak corroborates the General Court's analysis that validated the Commission's green light for the deal, arguing that the executive was not obliged to check whether market conditions improved after the merger or to review a temporary asset holding arrangement (Case C-551/10).
Similarly, such temporary asset growth could occur if corporate borrowers make unusual draws on their existing lines of credit, or request new lines, in response to a perceived need for extra liquidity during the century date change period.
The first Uribe administration moved to contain deteriorating public debt dynamics with a pension reform and a temporary asset tax.
The regulatory agreements establish temporary asset and deposit growth limits, restrictions on taking brokered deposits, and requiring that Advanta National Bank maintain capital ratios, which are well above the current minimum regulatory requirements established for `well capitalized' financial institutions.
The regulatory agreements establish temporary asset and deposit growth limits, restrictions on taking brokered deposits, and requiring that Advanta National Bank maintain its current capital ratios, which are well above the current minimum regulatory requirements established for `well capitalized' financial institutions.
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