OPPORTUNITY COST OF REVENUE Definition

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OPPORTUNITY COST OF REVENUE (OCOR) is where revenue/money held now may be invested to produce more money - thus we consider opportunity cost a return or more revenue.

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NON-INTEREST INCOME, in securities, is comprised of service fees and trading and other income, excluding gains/losses on securities transactions.

IMF is International Monetary Fund.

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