Undiscounted

Undiscounted

Describing anything for which one pays full price. See also: Discount.
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Total undiscounted FDC as a ratio of trailing average three year E&D expenditures of $252.
Blackjewel will assume all permit and reclamation obligations associated with the assets acquired, thereby eliminating approximately $200 million in undiscounted reclamation obligations for Contura.
Blackjewel will assume all permit and reclamation obligations associated with the assets acquired, eliminating approximately USD 200m in undiscounted reclamation obligations for Contura.
However, core shadow banking activity - including entrusted loans, trust loans, and undiscounted bankers' acceptances - has continued to grow, increasing in share when compared with the broad shadow banking sector.
The outstanding undiscounted commitments are approximately $51 million through the current two-year term of these agreements.
Through the transfer of current and future obligations, the company is decreasing midstream and downstream commitments by more than CAD100m on an undiscounted basis.
By comparison, the undiscounted price of a single journey for a car at the Dartford crossing is PS2.
You must now sell an extra unit for every four you would have sold at the undiscounted price.
Our undiscounted estimates indicate that the cost of the five main NCDs will total USD 27.
In such situations, the accounting consequences are handled prospectively and are dependent upon whether the total future undiscounted cash flows under the restructured debt are greater or less than the carrying amount of the original debt.
After removing the effects of A&E and discounting, the industry's core undiscounted reserves are believed to be slightly redundant by $1.
The property is considered impaired if the aggregate of future undiscounted cash flows generated by the real estate are less than the carrying amount of the property, itself.