interest adjustment

Interest Adjustment

In an adjustable-rate mortgage or other debt, a change in the interest rate that the borrower must pay on the mortgage or debt. The adjustment may be upward or downward, and is usually calculated as some percentage above or below a stated benchmark rate. See also: Adjustment frequency, Interest rate risk.

interest adjustment

Extra proceeds going to an investor who submits a convertible bond for conversion to account for interest accrued since the last date of record for an interest payment. Also called adjustment.
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If that dollar earned a prevailing interest adjustment, compounded annually, your family's debt in today's dollars now would be nearly $20,000.
Early withdrawal of part or whole of the deposit is subject to an administration fee of pounds 250 and an interest adjustment of 180 days at the two-year-rate deposit rate or 90 days at the one-year-deposit rate.
In the region figures have also revealed that the former Sunderland North MP Bill Etherington paid back pounds 453.85 for a mortgage interest adjustment. The former Wansbeck MP Denis Murphy handed over more than pounds 1,800 and the current MP for Newcastle East Nick Brown repaid nearly pounds 700.
Fractional interest adjustment: The FMV of an undivided ownership interest in real property is worth something less than the percentage of ownership multiplied by the FMV of the real property as a whole.
military sales -38 Valuation adjustments -38 Statistical adjustments Income 2,253 -3,593 Direct investment -94 -491 Valuation adjustments -94 -491 Reclassification of dividends to "other" income Adjustment of interest income to a net basis Statistical adjustments Other investment 2,347 -3,102 Interest adjustment for coverage of U.S.
* The statute of limitations for pre-enactment periods should only have to be open on the year for which the interest adjustment is being requested.
382 if the shareholders and "old and cold" creditors of the loss corporation wind up with 50% or more of a company's stock, subject to a "toll charge." The "toll charge" is an NOL adjustment for interest for a specified period prior to the effective date of the bankruptcy plan (interest adjustment) and one-half of what would otherwise be discharge-of-indebtedness income absent the stock-for-debt exception (value adjustment) (Secs.
Non-IFRS Net loss: Excluding the non-cash items of stock-based compensation, the non-cash impact of convertible debt amendments and effective interest adjustments related to the convertible debt and other financings, non-IFRS net loss was $5.9 million, or ($0.07) per diluted share/ADS, compared to a non-IFRS net loss of $5.9 million, or ($0.07) per diluted share/ADS in the third quarter of 2017, and a non-IFRS net loss of $4.2 million, or ($0.06) per diluted share/ADS, in the fourth quarter of 2016.
Excluding the non-cash items of stock-based compensation and the fair-value (in 2016) and effective interest adjustments related to the convertible debt and other financings, non-IFRS net loss was USD 4.7m, or (USD 0.06) per diluted share/ADS, compared to a non-IFRS net loss of USD 4.2m, or (USD 0.06) per diluted share/ADS in the fourth quarter of 2016, and a non-IFRS net loss of USD 5.5m, or (USD 0.09) per diluted share/ADS, in the first quarter of 2016.
The price is also subject to cash/debt and interest adjustments. The deal is expected to close towards the end of 2012 pending regulatory authorisation and once the buyer has wrapped up a legally required tender offer for at least 50% of ICI Pakistan shares owned by the other shareholders.
Therefore, the first level of consistency of prejudgment interest adjustments is primarily limited to the considerations in Table 1.

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