A balance sheet is a financial statement that reveals a company’s assets, liabilities, and shareholders’ equity. It can help current and potential investors understand the financial health of a company.
These are some of the key components of a balance sheet:
Basing happens when a security trades sideways after prolonged periods of falling prices.
Basis trading means futures trading strategies that use the difference between the spot price and the futures contract price of a stock or commodity.
A bear market is a period of continuous decline in the stock or commodity market.
A benchmark is a standard used by investors to compare the performance of a stock, commodity, or other securities.
A best efforts underwriting or offering means the underwriter will do their best to market the securities for the issuer (company, supplier, etc) to investors. The underwriter will not buy all the securities from the issuer, only those the underwriter’s clients want to purchase.
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