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Finance/Economics Crossword

Across
The receipts and payments made by a business. The contractual payments on a security or a portfolio of securities. In other words called New Money.
Rivalry between suppliers providing goods or services for a market. The consensus of most economic theory is that competition is beneficial for the public, largely because it brings prices down.
The Behavior of firms or individuals that is aimed at influencing the structure of a market. In traditional economics, such situations as monopoly or oligopoly were seen as the outcome of technological conditions and the state of demand. It has been observed that a particular firm or individual can influence its competitors in the market in various ways.
An identifiable grouping of like-minded, potential customers, with similar needs and wants, with a defined location, lifestyle, or income type, or industry category, who are likely to buy products and services to satisfy those needs and wants and who have the means and inclination to do so.
the techniques used to collect, process, and present financial and quantitative data within an organization to help effective performance measurement, cost control, planning, pricing, and decision making to take place.
the techniques used to collect, process, and present financial and quantitative data within an organization to help effective performance measurement, cost control, planning, pricing, and decision making to take place.
Any form of income. Cost and income items that are either charged or credited to the profit and loss account for an accounting period. The amount a company makes after they sell their product.
Down
A condition of competitive equilibrium within competition, such that consumers will be satisfied by the uncertainty of outcome, so that demand will then be sustained.
A system of social and economic organization in which financial profit is valued above any other criterion or consideration
The placing of limits on team payrolls, usually set at a fixed percentage of league revenues, and so constraining each team within the league to spend between a specified minimum and maximum on player salaries.
The principle whereby revenue is shared between teams in a league, by allocating, for instance, a specified percentage of stadium income to the visiting team.
A market situation with only one seller. It exists when the solo position is due either to the exclusive possession of some essential input, or to the existence of economies of scale so that no entrant can be profitable once an incumbent firm is established
1. the practice of manipulation and managing money. 2. The capital involved in a project, especially the capital that has to be raised to start a new business. 3. A loan of money for a particular purpose, especially by a finance house.