RETURN ON INVESTMENT Definition

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RETURN ON INVESTMENT (ROI) is a profitability measure that evaluates the performance of a business. ROI can be calculated in various ways. The most common method is Net Income as a percentage of Net Book Value (total assets minus intangible assets and liabilities).

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FLOATING-RATE NOTE is an instrument with a fluctuating interest rate as prescribed at the time of issue.

 

OPERATING EXPENDITURES is the amount used during a particular period directly in support of day-to-day operations such as wages, maintenance, office supplies, etc.

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