北京高华证券有限责任公司
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   

Goldman Sachs Gao Hua

Gao Hua Portal

 
 
主页 > 高盛高华财经词典 ─ 汉英对照 ─ N

高盛高华财经词典 ─ 汉英对照

N

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | W | X | Y | Z

中文词句
English Terms
English Definitions
纳斯达克全国市场 Nasdaq-NM The Nasdaq National Market consists of over 3000 companies that have a national or international shareholder base, meet stringent financial requirements, and agree to specific corporate governance standards.
纳入研究范围 Coverage Initiated When a brokerage or analyst issues his/her first rating on a particular stock.
纳斯达克全国市场 Nasdaq National Market Securities The Nasdaq National Market consists of over 3000 companies that have a national or international shareholder base, meet stringent financial requirements, and agree to specific corporate governance standards.
纳斯达克市场、国家证券经纪商协会自动报价系统 Nasdaq Created in 1971, the Nasdaq was the world's first electronic stock market. The Nasdaq is a computerized system that facilitates trading and provides price quotations on some 5,000 of the more actively traded over-the-counter stocks.
耐用品 Durables A category of consumer goods, durables are products which do not have to be purchased frequently. This includes appliances, home and office furnishings, lawn and garden equipment, consumer electronics, toy makers, small tool manufacturers, sporting goods, photographic equipment, and jewelry.
内部回报率 IRR Often used in capital budgeting, it's the interest rate that makes net present value of all cash flow equal zero.
内部回报率 Internal Rate of Return (IRR) Often used in capital budgeting, it's the interest rate that makes net present value of all cash flow equal zero.
内在价值 Intrinsic Value
  1. The value of a company or an asset based on an underlying perception of the value.
  2. For call options, this is the difference between the underlying stock's price and the strike price. For put options, it is the difference between the strike price and the underlying stock's price. In the case of both puts and calls, if the difference between the underlying stock's price and the strike price is negative, the value is given as zero.
内幕交易 Insider Trading The buying or selling of a security by insiders who possess material, nonpublic information about the security. The act puts insiders in breach of a fiduciary duty or other relationship of trust and confidence.
内幕人士 Insider Any person who has or has access to valuable nonpublic information about a corporation.
内部审计 Internal Audit An audit performed by a person (or persons) employed by the firm being audited.
内幕消息 Insider Information Material information about a company's activities that has not been disclosed to the public.
内部增长 Organic Growth The growth rate of a company, excluding any growth from takeovers, acquisitions, or mergers.
内部增长率 Internal Growth Rate The highest level of growth achievable for a business without obtaining outside financing.
年报 Annual Report A corporation's annual statement of financial operations. Annual reports include a balance sheet, income statement, auditor's report, and a description of the company's operations.
年金 Annuity A series of fixed-amount payments paid at regular intervals over the specified period of the annuity.
年度股东大会 Annual General Meeting (AGM) A mandatory yearly meeting of shareholders that allows stakeholders to stay informed and involved with company decisions and workings.
年度化 Annualize
  1. Converting the rate of return from a period of less than one year to an annual (yearly) basis.
  2. Converting the taxation period from less than one year to an annual (yearly) basis.
牛市 Bull Market A market in which prices of a certain group of securities are rising or are expected to rise.
纽约股票交易所 NYSE A corporation, operated by a board of directors, responsible for setting policies, supervising the stock exchange and its member activities, and listing securities. The NYSE also oversees the transfer of members' seats on the Exchange, judging whether a potential applicant is qualified to be a specialist.
纽约股票交易所 New York Stock Exchange A corporation, operated by a board of directors, responsible for setting policies, supervising the stock exchange and its member activities, and listing securities. The NYSE also oversees the transfer of members' seats on the Exchange, judging whether a potential applicant is qualified to be a specialist.
纽约股票交易所综合指数 NYSE Composite Index Measures all common stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange and four subgroup indexes: Industrial, Transportation, Utility, and Finance. The index tracks the change in market value of NYSE common stocks, adjusted to eliminate the effects of new listings and de-listings. The market value of each stock is calculated by multiplying its price per share by the number of shares listed.


回页首