The variation between two exchange rates, which may be due to differences in supply, demand, or market conditions.
Directives provided by the Reserve Bank of India, serving as regulations for financial activities within the country.
The value of a currency used as a reference point in determining exchange rates, offering a basis for comparing other currencies.
The transfer of money from one location to another, typically from an individual or entity in one country to another, often involving cross-border transactions.
A transfer pricing method determining the arm's length price by applying a reasonable markup to the resale price of goods.
Exchange rates offered to individual customers by currency exchange providers, often at slightly higher rates than interbank rates.
The time it takes for a new business or project to reach its total operational capacity or profitability.
A type of financial vehicle for pooling and securitizing mortgages.
A loan for which the lender has the right to seek repayment beyond the collateral.
A company that owns, operates, or finances income-producing real estate, often providing tax advantages to investors.
The act of sending money as payment, often in the context of international transactions.
An inventory valuation method commonly used in the retail industry.
A contractual right that gives a party the option to enter into a transaction before others.
A business strategy that involves consolidating multiple companies in the same industry.
A dynamic budget that is continuously updated as new information becomes available.
A simple formula utilised to estimate how long it will take for an investment to double in value.