investment compound

investment compound

[in′ves·mənt ‚käm‚pau̇nd]
(materials)
A mixture containing a refractory filler, a binder, and a liquid vehicle which is used to make molds for investment casting.
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On January 5 last year, the operations room of the Dubai Police received information about a dead body lying in a sandy area in the Jebel Ali investment compound. The police rushed to the site and found the body of a 35-year-old Bangladeshi identified as S.B.
As a passionate believer in the principle that in the world of long term investment compound interest is everything, I cannot possibly try to argue that costs do not matter.
A lack of investment compounded by cash flow problems and chronic shortages of spare parts have crippled operations, critics say.
Al Tajamouat for Touristic Projects plc is listed on the Amman Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "MERM".Aa The company's major shareholders are Unicorn Investment Bank and Specialized Investment Compounds plc, a company listed on the Amman Stock Exchange under the symbol "SPIC".Aa The company is currently developing Taj Mall.
For example, if a $1,000 investment compounds semiannually at an annual stated rate of 10%, the interest earned in the first six months will be added to the original amount of the investment and will thus earn interest for the remainder of the year.
It offered upside potential based on 95% participation in growth of the S&P 500 over its 5-year contract term, plus downside protection via minimum guaranteed interest crediting equal to original investment compounded at 3%.
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