List of business and finance abbreviations

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This is a list of abbreviations used in a business of financial context.

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  • J – Journal
  • JIT - Just in time
  • JIS - Just in sequence
  • JST - Joint Supervisory Team

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  • K – Is used as an abbreviation for 1,000. For example, $225K would be understood to mean $225,000, and $3.6K would be understood to mean $3,600. Multiple K's are not commonly used to represent larger numbers. In other words, it would look odd to use $1.2KK to represent $1,200,000.
  • Ke – Is used as an abbreviation for Cost of Equity (COE). Ke is the risk-adjusted, theoretical rate of return on a Company's invested excess capital obtained through external investments. Among other things, the value of Ke and the Cost of Debt (COD)[6] enables management to arbitrate different forms of short and long term financing for various types of expenditures. Ke applies most prominently to companies that regularly generate excess capital (free cash flow, cash on hand) from ongoing operations. Critically, in assessing a company's financial position (and reading its balance sheet), COE is distinguished from CAPEX, or costs associated with Capital Expenditures.[7][8] Ke is most often used in the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM), in which Ke = Rf + ß(Rm-Rf). In this equation, Ke (COE) equals the anticipated return from the difference (Beta) of investment yields from a return based on market expectations (Rm)[9] and a Risk Free Rate (Rf), such as Treasury Bills or Bonds.
  • KIBOR - Karachi Interbank Offered Rate
  • KPIKey Performance Indicator, a type of performance measurement. An organization may use KPIs to evaluate its success, or to evaluate the success of a particular activity in which it is engaged.
  • KYC – "Know Your Customer" refers to due diligence activities that financial institutions and other regulated companies must perform to ascertain relevant information.

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  1. ^ Kenton, Will. "Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)". Investopedia. Retrieved 2019-05-21.
  2. ^ Zigu. "Cost of Credit Definition | Finance Dictionary". MBA Skool-Study.Learn.Share. Retrieved 2019-05-21.
  3. ^ Kenton, Will. "Cost of Capital: What You Need to Know". Investopedia. Retrieved 2019-05-21.
  4. ^ Zigu. "Cost of Debt Definition | Finance Dictionary". MBA Skool-Study.Learn.Share. Retrieved 2019-05-21.
  5. ^ Kenton, Will. "Cost Of Equity". Investopedia. Retrieved 2019-05-21.
  6. ^ Ross, Sean. "What is the difference between cost of equity and cost of capital?". Investopedia. Retrieved 2019-05-21.
  7. ^ Kenton, Will. "Cash Flow From Investing Activities". Investopedia. Retrieved 2019-05-21.
  8. ^ "Cash Flow to Capital Expenditures Definition & Example | InvestingAnswers". investinganswers.com. Retrieved 2019-05-21.
  9. ^ Chen, James. "How's That Stock Going to Do? Expected Return May Tell You". Investopedia. Retrieved 2019-05-21.
  10. ^ Wolfson, A., 18 obnoxious things that everyone in the office should stop saying, Moneyish.com / Dow Jones & Company, 23 June 2017
  11. ^ European Commission, Online platforms: new rules to increase transparency and fairness, published 14 February 2019, accessed 29 April 2019
  12. ^ Chan, M., You’re calculating PWIN all wrong. Here’s how to do it right, published 1 June 2017, accessed 19 December 2018
  13. ^ Bit Solutions LLC., How Government Contractors Can Improve Their PWin…(Percent Win), published 16 November 2018, accessed 19 December 2018
  14. ^ What is the STP (Situation Target Path) Method or Model for Strategic Planning?, accessed 30 December 2018

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