depreciate


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decrease

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lose value

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But what further depreciates the whale as a civilized dish, is his exceeding richness.
Earlier, the SBP let the rupee depreciate massively in the inter-bank market after finalising an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a loan programme on May 12.
In previous weeks, the rupee was observed to cumulatively depreciate against the greenback.
In the earlier weeks, the rupee had been observed to cumulatively depreciate against the greenback, which in turn had resulted in increased prices of goods and hardships for the general public.
Summary: How can you ensure that you do not depreciate over time?
Karachi -- The Pakistani currency suddenly weakened over one-rupee to Rs142.7 to the US dollar in the open market on Friday as speculation mounted that Pakistan had agreed to let the rupee depreciate further under a stringent International Monetary Fund bailout programme.
Dismissing reports of further devaluation, he added: 'Stop circulating rumors that Asam Umar has said rupee would depreciate to 160 or 180.'
This signals that the central bank has decided to let the rupee further depreciate against the dollar in line with International Monetary Fund (IMF) demand and boost exports.
District Court for the District of Nebraska certified the following question to the Nebraska Supreme Court: "May an insurer, in determining the 'actual cash value' of a covered loss, depreciate the cost of labor when the terms 'actual cash value' and 'depreciation' are not defined in the policy and the policy does not explicitly state that labor costs will be depreciated?"
He added that as learned from some reliable sources that the Government is considering to further depreciate the rupee and he was of the view that depreciation of rupee would ultimately increase the cost of imported raw materials used in manufacturing of exportable goods as export goods have approx.
"We depreciate the grant over a period of five years on a straight-line (20 per cent) basis and, after five years, it is fully depreciated.
In the short term, the NT dollar is likely to depreciate further and may test the line of US$1=NT$29.8.
The case focused on apartment owner AlliedSouth's cost-segregation study that sought to depreciate over five and 15 years components spread over 12 categories: site preparation and earthwork, water-distribution system, sanitary-sewer system, as line, site electric, special HVAC (e.g., venting connected to stove hoods and clothes dryers), special plumbing (e.g., sinks and garbage disposals and waste and gas lines), special electric, finish carpentry, millwork, interior windows and mirrors and special painting.
In Monday's column, publicist Kim Mehmeti estimates that nobody believed that BDI will give in before Gruevski and depreciate the intelligence of 30 percent ethnic Albanians in Macedonia.
Instead, investors bet that the dollar will continue to depreciate, or at least not appreciate to such an extent as to wipe out their gains on the interest differential.