Temporary investment

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Temporary investment

A short-term investment, such as a money market fund, Treasury bills, or short-term CD, which is usually held a year or less.

Temporary Investment

An investment in short-term, low-risk securities such as Treasury bills, money markets and so forth. A temporary investment aims to protect the funds invested in it while also providing a (low) return.
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Never to be underestimated, political elites who recently agreed on a new electoral law based on proportionality - and that divides the country into 15 voting districts to protect incumbents - are likely to embark on temporary investments, to revitalise economic projects as they prepare for the May 2018 parliamentary elections.
This outstanding success witnessed in phase one of the project indicates the effectiveness of all the plans laid down in the initiation of the project of which carries a new philosophy of industrial districts in the Muharraq Governorate as sub-developers are granted the luxury to invest on a permanent basis as opposed to temporary investments on leased properties that would potentially be abandoned at the end of the investment period," he remarked.
Summary: Global Capital Management Ltd, the alternative investment funds' arm of Global Investment House, announced today that the Global Buyout Fund (Fund) is declaring a distribution of 3%, primarily derived from dividends and interest from portfolio companies and permitted temporary investments respectively.
Interpreted literally, any income from property of a company--including, for example, interest income from ordinary working-capital bank accounts--will be excluded from the protection of the active business income definition--even though the interest income is clearly incident to temporary investments and funding for that active business.
The proposal will treat interest on temporary investments of working capital in connection with foreign-oil-related income as passive income for foreign tax credit purposes.
FCF for the LTM ending March 31, 2010 was approximately CAD$194 million and balance sheet cash and temporary investments amounted to CAD$46 million as of March 31, 2010.
30, 2009 was approximately CAD$208 million and balance sheet cash and temporary investments amounted to CAD$34 million as of Sept.
FCF for the last 12 months ending March 31, 2009 was approximately $202 million and balance sheet cash and temporary investments amounted $65 million as of March 31, 2009.
30, 2008 was approximately $634 million and balance sheet cash and temporary investments amounted $36 million as of Sept.
The remainder of KPE's portfolio as of June 30, 2008 was invested in opportunistic and temporary investments.
The remainder of KPE's portfolio as of December 31, 2007 was invested in opportunistic and temporary investments.

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