business fundamentals

Business Fundamentals

The facts that affect a company's underlying value. Examples of business fundamentals include debt, cash flow, supply of and demand for the company's products, and so forth. For instance, if a company does not have a sufficient supply of products, it will fail. Likewise, demand for the product must remain at a certain level in order for it to be successful. Strong business fundamentals are considered essential for long-term success and stability. See also: Value Investing, Fundamental Analysis.

business fundamentals

The general background within which an economy operates including earnings, sales, wage rates, taxes, and inflation. Improving business fundamentals are generally viewed as bullish for stocks, although stock prices at any given point already include some of the expected improvement of the business fundamentals.
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Under this agreement students enrolled in Cambrian College's Business Fundamentals Certificate programme will be offered an opportunity to obtain commercial flight training, starting in autumn 2012.
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We believe that many of the business fundamentals we practice--such as transparent accounting, long-term investing, needs-based selling and superior service delivery--can only further the ongoing progress of China's economy and the Chinese people's daily lives.
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