COST IMPLOSION Definition

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COST IMPLOSION is a cost rollup using the quantities and costs of low-level items through a where used chain to determine total cost of the finished item. See COST ROLLUP.

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SPLIT-INTEREST AGREEMENT, in not-for-profits, is a contribution to the institution in which the institution must share the investment income/benefits with the donor and other beneficiaries if designated.

AUCTION MARKET is a trading system in which buyers enter competitive bids and sellers enter competitive offers simultaneously. This, as opposed to the over-the-counter market, where trades are negotiated. Examples: the NYSE and the AMEX. It is sometimes called double auction market.

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