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Mark to Market

DefinitionMark-to-market or fair value accounting refers to accounting for the "fair value" of an asset or liability based on the current market price, or for similar assets and liabilities,

Mancession

Mancession What is 'Mancession' An economic instance in which the unemployment rate is substantially higher among men than it is among women. The term "mancession" was coined during the fi

Variable Cost-Plus Pricing

Variable Cost-Plus Pricing What is 'Variable Cost-Plus Pricing' Variable cost-plus pricing is a pricing method in which the selling price is established by adding a markup to total variabl

Dealer Financing

Dealer Financing What is 'Dealer Financing' Loans that are originated by a retailer to its customers and are then sold to a bank or other third-party financial institution. The bank purcha

U-Shaped Recovery

U-Shaped Recovery What is 'U-Shaped Recovery' A type of economic recession and recovery that resembles a "U" shape in charting. Specifically, a U-shaped recovery represents the shape of th

X-Mark Signature

X-Mark Signature What is 'X-Mark Signature' An X-mark made by a person in lieu of a signature. Due to illiteracy or disability, a person may be unable to append a full signature to a docum

D-Mark

DefinitionMarcos Ligero, better known as D-Mark, is a Spanish Electronic Dance Music DJ, musician and producer. Starting with the music as a hobby in the late 90s and at the early age of 13

FASB 157

FASB 157 What is 'FASB 157' A Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) Statement that requires all publicly-traded companies in the U.S. to classify their assets based on the certainty