BOOK-TO-MARKET Definition

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BOOK-TO-MARKET is the ratio of the firms book equity to market equity.

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FIXED BOND pays an income stream and redemption payment at maturity that is fixed in monetary terms; however, high inflation will erode the real value of these payments.

NET, in general, is the figure remaining after all relevant deductions have been made from the starting, or gross, amount.

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