BREACH OF CONTRACT is the failure to perform provisions of a contract.
DAYS SALES OUTSTANDING (DS0), also known as Collection Period (period average), is a financial indicator that shows both the age, in terms of days, of a companys accounts receivable and the average time it takes to turn the receivables into cash. It is compared to company and industry averages, as well as company selling terms (e.g., Net 30) for determination of acceptability by the company. DSO is calculated: DSO = (Total Receivables/Total Credit Sales in the Period Analyzed) x Number of Days in the Period Analyzed. Note: Only credit sales are to be used. Cash sales are excluded.
CALL RISK is the risk that a bond will be prepaid before its maturity date, causing the investor to lose future interest payments, which may be at interest rates well above current market rates.
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