BOND COVENANT Definition

Bookmark and Share

BOND COVENANT are agreements within a bond that can either be negative or positive in the view of the bondholder, e.g., a negative bond covenant is a bond covenant that prevents certain activities unless agreed to by the bondholders.

Learn new Accounting Terms

RFID is Radio Frequency Identification Tag. An RFID is attached to and identifies a thing such as an item in inventory, a case of items, a pallet of cases, a car passing through a reader on a toll way, or a person passing through a doorway.  It is like a UPC (universal product code) on items in a store, but can be scanned from a longer distance.  A transceiver sends an activating signal and receives identification information.  An active RFID tag has an internal battery and has a longer range than a passive tag which is powered by the radio signal it receives.

STOCK RESERVE (SR) or buffer stock is a stock quantity which is based on the normal average expected consumption during the lead-time to replenish depleted stock. See also SAFETY STOCK.

Suggest a Term

Enter Search Term

Enter a term, then click the entry you would like to view.