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a lowering in price or value

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Operating leases are a popular way to finance the use of depreciating assets.
First, the banks need not lock their funds in a fast depreciating asset since the capital investment is undertaken by the vendor.
Thousands of British owners are believed to be caught in the same trap after they put down deposits on 'off-plan' purchases as prices soared in 2006 to 2008, not realising they could be trapped in negative equity with a depreciating asset if and when the market turned.
Depreciating asset quality in turn, is hindering credit expansion.
Losing both its tenant and an income stream would leave the school district with no means to finance the upkeep of a depreciating asset.
Although cap rate increases led to depreciating asset values, there is a silver lining for Miami's industrial market.
Off course this is given that they have ample cash to spend on a generally fast depreciating asset such as a car (apart from Mercedes, BMW and the infamous Kia Sephia) as opposed to le nding and having the same amount invested in a business or other inflation-defeating asset or even possibly park the amount in a low-yield, low-risk savings fund.
The proximity of the European deadline left him no time to find a new club and he is now a rapidly depreciating asset.
Further, it's based on an assumption that goodwill is a depreciating asset.
However, being white or light-skinned is a depreciating asset, an outmoded recipe for success in the world.
Although real property has been a depreciating asset lately, the drop has been more of a cyclical change than structural change in the business.
Secondly, with the Euro losing value, customers for American goods will be buying them with a rapidly depreciating asset.
However, timeshare properties can be, for many, a depreciating asset as historically more timeshares have appeared in the same vicinity and therefore there has been more supply with less demand, which typically pushes the prices down.
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.
Murray has finally conceded that van Bronckhorst won't sign a new contract and that effectively forces the club to sell what has become a depreciating asset.