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a lowering in price or value

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In finance parlance, they are called depreciating assets.
Both Membership and Membership Plus cards offer protection from the risk of depreciating assets associated with fractional jet ownership in today's market.
Many people do this even if they have money sitting in a building society or a PEP because they don't want to dip into their savings to buy a fast depreciating asset.
It requires solid answers to a number of mission critical issues such as why own a depreciating asset, why utilize antiquated technology when new solutions can provide increased profits and a competitive advantage, and why manage something in-house when it has nothing to do with your core competency.
Auto financing is sound because lenders must look primarily to the borrower for repayment, since financing is secured by a depreciating asset (the vehicle).
Although real property has been a depreciating asset lately, the drop has been more of a cyclical change than structural change in the business.
This enables the access to the latest technology, and the avoidance of investing in a depreciating asset.
Skoda finance brand manager Jacqui Rowley says: "Many banks are unwilling to lend customers money to finance a depreciating asset such as a car and although the base rate has gone down average rates for personal loans have actually been increasing.
Brown claimed Stock Exchange rules prevent him commenting on transfers but he admitted: "From the plc's point of view, di Canio is a depreciating asset.
A car is a depreciating asset, so they put their money into appreciating assets that go up daily," explains Rashad.
Even though a cash purchase might win you a small discount, you'd still be putting your hard-earned money into a depreciating asset.
After all, he says, a car or a holiday is a depreciating asset, whereas education gives you a start that lasts for life.
The Scotland star also won the treble but he played in less than half of the club's league games and, at 33, he is a depreciating asset.