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1. yield capitalization

2. Yen bond

3. yupcap

4. yield elbow

5. yellow hat

6. yield on invested assets

7. Year

8. Youngstown Steel V. Sawyer (1952)

9. Yield to call

10. Yearly Renewable Term - YRT

11. Yankee bonds

12. Youth Court

13. Yemeni Rial

14. Y2K Issue

15. yield rate

16. Yield

17. Yield From Issue Date

18. Yield-Based Option

19. Yield Basis

20. Yearly Price Of Protection Method

21. Yield Beta

22. Yankee CD

23. year end

24. Yuppie

25. Yankee bond

26. Yeoman

27. Year-on-year (YoY) Growth Rates

28. Yearly Probability Of Dying

29. Yemeni Rial - YER

30. Yield To Maturity - YTM

31. Year's Maximum Pensionable Earnings - YMPE

32. Yield On Cost - YOC

33. yard lumber

34. Year-To-Date

35. Yen ETF

36. yankee screwdriver

37. Yoy

38. yarning iron

39. Yield curve option-pricing models

40. Yearly Renewable Group Term Insurance

41. Yankee bond market

42. Years Certain Annuity

43. Yield To Worst - YTW

44. Year-end dividend

45. year 2000 (Y2K) exclusion

46. yield spread premium

47. Yield curve strategies

48. yoke vent

49. Yield Curve Spread

50. Yield advantage

51. yard of concrete

52. Year-to-date Data

53. Yo-Yo

54. yearbook

55. YT

56. Yacht Insurance

57. yield maintenance premium

58. Yonder 40 Index - Yonder 40

59. Yield Curve

60. Young Index

61. YEM

62. Yankee Certificate Of Deposit

63. Yearly Probability Of Living

64. YUM

65. year-end price

66. Y-Share

67. Yield to worst

68. Yankee market

69. YE

70. Yield-Spread premium.

71. Yen-linked Bond

72. Yield to warrant expiration

73. Yield ratio

74. Youthful Offender

75. y-fitting

76. year-end bonus

77. Yield Pickup

78. Year-to-date (YTD)

79. Yield to maturity (YTM)

80. yield tilt index fund

81. Y shares

82. yoke

83. year's maximum pensionable earnings (YMPE)

84. Youth Measures (of Labour Market Programmes)

85. Year To Date - YTD

86. Yugen Kaisha - YK

87. Yield curb

88. yardstick

89. Y

90. yearly

91. Yield to warrant call

92. Year Of Construction Of Vessel (for Inland Waterways Transport)

93. Yearly Renewable Term Plan of Reinsurance

94. Yarnstorming

95. Yield spread

96. Yearly Rate Of Return Method

97. YU

98. Yoc

99. yield burning

100. Yale School of Management - Yale SOM

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EBIDTA

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earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization. An approximate measure of a company's operating cash flow based on data from the company's income statement. Calculated by looking at earnings before the deduction of interest expenses, taxes, depreciation, and amortization. This earnings measure is of particular interest in cases where companies have large amounts of fixed assets which are subject to heavy depreciation charges (such as manufacturing companies) or in the case where a company has a large amount of acquired intangible assets on its books and is thus subject to large amortization charges (such as a company that has purchased a brand or a company that has recently made a large acquisition). Since the distortionary accounting and financing effects on company earnings do not factor into EBIDTA, it is a good way of comparing companies within and across industries. This measure is also of interest to a company's creditors, since EBIDTA is essentially the income that a company has free for interest payments. In general, EBIDTA is a useful measure only for large companies with significant assets, and/or for companies with a significant amount of debt financing. It is rarely a useful measure for evaluating a small company with no significant loans. Sometimes also called EBITDA or operational cash flow.

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