carrying cost; carrying charges; cost of carry


carrying cost; carrying charges; cost of carry

фр. coût d'inactivité (des capitaux); coût de détention (des capitaux)

исп. costo de inmovilización (del capital)

издержки по поддержанию позиции; стоимость финансирования срочной позиции

Прямые расходы, которые несет инвестор, стремясь поддержать позицию ценной бумаги, что означает по-лучение меньшего процента по краткосрочным вложениям, чем тот, который выплачивается по займам.


Финансы и долги. — М.: Весь мир. 1997.

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