The encorporation of a compound in solution within a mineral structure.
The term is applied in financial context similarly to its laymen use1 When business...
Used in context of general equities. Securities are "absorbed" as ...
wholly absorbed as in thought
not allowed to pass through; -- said of radiant waves such as light
A cost treated as an expense rather than passed on to a customer, or a company merged into an acquiring company.
Treated as an expense, rather than passing the cost on to customers. Also, is a business that is merged with another company due to acquisition or takeover.
taken in through the pores of a surface
A benefits plan offering employees some mandatory benefits and numerous options amongst their employee benefits. Each employee is able to pick the benefits that most meet their own needs, such as increased health benefits or increased retirement benefits, etc. Also referred to as a Cafeteria Employee Benefit Plan.
An account that has been combined with related accounts in the preparation of a financial statement and has lost its separate identity.
An issue that an underwriter has completely sold to the public. In market trading, securities are absorbed as long as there are corresponding orders to buy and sell. The market has reached the absorption point when further assimilation is impossible without an adjustment in price.
A new issue that an underwriter has completely sold to the public.
An issue is absorbed when it has been entirely sold to the public. See: Issue
retained without reflection; "the absorbed light intensity"
Light that is not reflected.
to take in and not reflect