Definitions for "cash"
Currency and coins on hand, bank balances, and negotiable money orders and checks.
A place where money is kept, or where it is deposited and paid out; a money box.
Ready money; especially, coin or specie; but also applied to bank notes, drafts, bonds, or any paper easily convertible into money
Keywords:  devgan, deshmukh, sunil, ritesh, shetty
Cash is a forthcoming movie which is scheduled to be released sometime in 2007. It stars Ajay Devgan, Zayed Khan, Sunil Shetty, Shamita Shetty, Ritesh Deshmukh.
Keywords:  lise, elton, posner, geoff, sitcom
"Cash" was the eighth episode of British sitcom The Young Ones. It was written by Ben Elton, Rik Mayall and Lise Mayer, and directed by Geoff Posner. It was first aired on BBC2 on May 15, 1984.
Keywords:  disband
To disband.
Out/Cashout: amount of extra cash the borrower (you) gets at the time of closing, after all mortgages are paid off (and or any consumer debt that you are consolidating). This is done when a home owner refinances their home.
The term cashed is used by members of drug culture to describe when a particular drug resource, being partaken of by a group, has been completely consumed. The term is primarily used in conjunction with kegs of beer or when multiple people are smoking cannabis and the bowl they are smoking has been completely consumed. The etymology of the term stems from the phrase "cashed out" indicating that you have disposed of purchased goods, in this case, by consuming them.
These investments provide safety of principal and scheduled returns (if held to maturity) and are ideal for short-term objectives and liquidity needs. Because of their relatively low after-tax returns, they are susceptible to inflation risk for longer term investment needs.
Pool your money with other investors so this can mean a better rate of interest than if you saved cash by yourself. Returns are steady, but unlikely to be very high. Consider investing some of your pension in a cash fund if retirement is close at hand and you wish to take some of your benefits as a tax-free cash lump sum.
Disposable amount in cash (e.g. in a fund the cash amount is not invested in securities and where the need arises can be used to redeem units which investors wish to dispose of or to cover investments undertaken via options or futures).
Keywords:  mdffa, lme, ffa, struck, settlement
a new player in the FFA market, and offers the same features found in The Simple System, MDFFA, and others
On the LME, the spot position for trading (with settlement on the second following day). On other futures markets, cash usually refers to physical (qv).
normally refers to an exchange transaction contracted for settlement on the day the deal is struck. This term is mainly used in the North American markets and those countries which rely for foreign exchange services on these markets because of time zone preference i.e. Latin America. In Europe and Asia, cash transactions are often referred to as value same day deals.
Consumer Attitudes and Spending by Household
Cash is the driving force behind auxiliary operations. Departments that are able to grow their revenue streams beyond estimated figures in the beginning of the fiscal year are entitled to request additional budget authority if they wish to spend the funds. Since auxiliaries are self supporting departments, it is considered prudent financial stewardship to build a cash cushion or emergency fund to offset financial difficulties due to market condition changes. As noted in the Budget Authority explanation, cash and budget authority work together, but cash is the critical factor. An auxiliary operation with $1,000 in budget authority but only $500 in cash will be limited to $500 in spending. Therefore, more cash equates to more options for an operation and any auxiliary operation that generates more cash than estimated can request additional budget authority from the University Business Office if needed.
Players can generate cash (megacredits) by taxing natives and colonists or by converting supplies into cash.
Monetary value that is virtually immediately available to a person or business in that it can be instantly converted into any other kind of asset.
The sum of cash and marketable securities (securities convertible into cash in a short period of time) owned by a business.
Keywords:  commutation
Croatia,Austria,Slovenia,Hungary Our region
Keywords:  hersch, fit, natural
a natural fit," said Hersch
Keywords:  paul, loco, player
Loco player-to-be Paul Cashmore
Is a term used in several ways. Sometimes refers to immediate funds, the settlement payment on the trade date, instruments which display high degrees of liquidity and act as cash equivalents, or the spot market.
(Liquidités) Cash or cash equivalents that are readily available on short notice.
Keywords:  winning, trick, card, slang, take
(slang) take a trick with (a winning card).
To cash cards.
To play off a winning card.
Keywords:  winner, take
to take a winner
Keywords:  compatible, chemicals
Compatible chemicals
a advance If for approved emergency loan getting occurs, easy
Keywords:  settled, equity, attached, trade, day
A special term attached to an equity order that requires the trade to be settled either the same day or the following business day for cash.
In a P&L Balance Sheet context applicable to insurance companies only, this is the aggregate of cash balances for the company AND its insurance funds.
Immediate or prompt payment in current funds; as, to sell goods for cash; to make a reduction in price for cash.
Reserves - The amount of buyer’s liquid cash remaining after making the down payment and paying all closing costs.
Keywords:  simple, buy, sell, account, securities
a simple account you may use to buy and sell securities
Keywords:  communication, user
Communication User