negative leverage

negative leverage

See leverage.
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Cutting back cash is a method of reducing negative leverage. Individuals could choose to reverse the operation on their own personal account.
The Negative Outlook primarily reflects Fitch's concern that AAT's leverage has been above Fitch's negative leverage sensitivity of 6.5x for several quarters and expects to remain so in the near term.
This response is planned and sustained at multiple levels to extract maximum negative leverage.
Using assistance as negative leverage has been debated ad nauseam in Washington but US government deliberations on this and the larger Pakistan question have tended to be split between the hardliners and soft-liners who advocated a carrots-first approach.
George and Hwang, [24] studied leverage and book to market in the case of US stocks and reported a significant negative leverage while significant positive book to market relation on future stock returns.
Surprisingly, we find the existence of a significant negative leverage ([gamma]) parameter for VILSE and RIGSE index, as oppose to TALSE and BALTIC benchmark where this parameter is significantly positive.
Using negative leverage means proposing something the other party does not want or taking away something it does want.
When interest rotes are greater than cap rates, the market is in a negative leverage scenario--the more one borrows against a community, the lower the rate of return is on the investment.
In recent years, negative leverage, wherein the cash flow of a building isn't enough to cover its mortgage payments, became commonplace in many real estate acquisitions.
The airport has a very healthy liquidity position, primarily reflecting the $167 million Facility Development Reserve (the reserve), which is not legally encumbered, resulting in 1,780 days cash on hand (DCOH) and negative leverage for FY 2017.
When interest rates are greater than cap rates, the market is in a negative leverage scenario the more one borrows against a community, the lower the rate of return is on the investment.
Maintenance of current margins and revenue base with the refinancing of maturities as they come due should yield approximately four-tenths of headroom to DXC's 2.0x negative leverage sensitivity.