Fixing the accounts of a corporation so that they will look well in a public statement. In New York, the trust companies are compelled to make exhibits to the State authorities at stated times. A calling of loans and the selling of securities in anticipation of such a report so that the amount of cash on hand would show favourably would come under this heading.
Liquidate; go out of business.
Winona Copper Co.
The expression "to wire" has more particular reference to a message by telegraph rather than by telephone.
See " Payable with Exchange."
See " Accrued Interest."
See " Flat," meaning the same.
See " Offset."
Wolverine Copper Mining Co.
American Woolen Co.
Prices gradually declined.
Worked for Export. Indicates that a quantity of grain has been sold for export purposes. It is not necessarily understood, however, that the grain is being actually delivered by the elevators or warehouses.
See " Manipulation."
This is another term for " Operating Expenses."
A Chicago Board of Trade term indicating weekly shipments of grain from exporting to importing countries.
Has the same meaning as " charge down."
This has the same meaning as " charge off." x
XC. The same as " ex-coupon."
X-d. The same as " ex-dividend."
X-i. The same as " ex-interest."
The general foreign - especially London - name for United States securities; meaning particularly those dealt in upon the New York Stock Exchange.
Same as " Year Note."
A note or written agreement to pay money at the expiration of one year from its date.
The monetary unit of Japan, equalling $.498 United States money.