ETC Definition

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ETC (EXPORT TRADING COMPANY) is a private company that usually purchases items from domestic manufacturers, then sells them to foreign markets. The difference between an EMC and an ETC is sometimes insignificant, i.e., an EMC may occasionally take title of goods, while an ETC may sometimes work strictly on commission without purchasing the goods. The difference is what the company normally does.

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CASH & EQUIVALENTS means all cash, marketplace securities, and other near-cash items. Excludes sinking funds.

CALL PRICE is the price at which a bond is callable prior to maturity, often at a small premium over par value.

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