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Cost of funds

• Interest rate associated with borrowing money.

 
 

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12b 1 funds
Accelerated cost recovery system
Agency cost view
All in cost
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Beta equation mutual funds
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Bond arbitrage hedge funds
Break even analysis cost volume profit analysis
Capital cost allowance
Commodity funds
Convertible securities hedge funds
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Cost of a new issue of common stock
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Cost of debt
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Cost of goods sold
Cost of lease financing
Cost of limited partner capital
Cost of living adjustment
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Cost of preferred stock
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Currencies and major foreign market hedge funds
Dividend yield funds
Dollar cost averaging
Emerging markets funds
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Fed funds
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Macro hedge funds
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Objective mutual funds
Opportunity cost
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Pension funds
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Stocks and bonds hedge funds
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Total cost of inventory
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Unlimited funds
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Vulture funds
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