Uninvested


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Uninvested

Usually refers to cash that could be invested but is being held in reserve.

Uninvested

Money that a person or company could invest but does not. Uninvested funds may be savings, money placed aside for dividends, another optional expense, or even spending money.
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The pool of uninvested capital would be replenished on the
Its introductory episodes have heart-wrenching moments that are key to moving the story forward, and 'luring' even previously 'uninvested' viewers into the galaxy-hopping lair of the flashy new series.
Sowell appears to conclude that the absence of hoarding means that all savings are invested, but does not appear to consider Malthus' view that some savings might remain uninvested even if they had not been intentionally hoarded.
In addition, the overall private equity market has huge amounts of uninvested capital built up from the fundraising surge of recent years, and that may also be giving investors pause, said Christopher Elvin, head of private equity products at Preqin, in a statement.
Of this total amount, according to Pitchbook, U.S.-based PE firms hold a staggering $675 billion of uninvested capital that is waiting to be deployed into the acquisition of companies.
W hile Executive heard no shortage of complaints (some of them contradictory), no one the magazine spoke with for this article feared the money would go uninvested. The newness of the idea and associated processes as well as the ecosystem's relative immaturity, several interviewees say, are among the factors hindering a more speedy deployment.
While it emerged last week that the North West Fund (NWF) has invested more than PS53m in over 145 small and medium sized firms across Merseyside over the past five years, there is still around PS8m of uninvested cash.
Another concern is whether the ECB will find enough bonds to buy as the market is flush with uninvested cash while banks are under obligation to hold top tier assets, like government debt.
The expanded three-year committed multicurrency facility, which has been utilised several times, increases TRIG's flexibility to acquire further renewable energy generation projects prior to raising fresh equity, and reduces the impact on the Group's investment returns of cash drag which can otherwise result from holding significant amounts of uninvested cash on balance sheet.
Prior to the meltdown there had been no signs of a Keynesian, recession-inducing rise in uninvested savings, that is, no appearance of a gap between total savings ([S.sub.T]) and the intentional (direct) subcomponent of total investment ([I.sub.T]), a gap traditionally evidenced by an unwelcome accumulation of inventories, the recessionary escape outlet for satisfying the [S.sub.T] = [I.sub.T] accounting condition, an identity that "must be fulfilled," and, despite its tautological nature," [should] not be scorned" (Leijonhufvud: 63; also see Keynes, 1936, pp.
The danger is that you believe the press, and start to see the low volatility as a harbinger of catastrophe, leading you to either stay uninvested, or sell existing investments to protect your portfolio.