CAPITALIZED is when something is recorded as an asset. For example, a capitalized lease is in substance a purchase to the lessee. An asset is recorded equal to the present value of the lease payments, which is also recorded as a liability. Payments, partly interest and partly principal, are made on the lease liability. The leased asset is depreciated by the lessee as though it were legally owned by the lessee.
CURRENT FACE, in securities, is the current monthly remaining principal of a certificate computed by multiplying the original face value of the certificate by the current principal balance factor.
YTD is Year To Date; meaning the period beginning of the calendar year, January 1st of the current year, or the fiscal year up until todays date.
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