realize a gain/profit/loss

realize a gain/profit/loss
realize a gain/profit/loss
FINANCE to make or lose money when you sell something: »

They're trading on an extremely short-term basis and will sell once they can realize a profit.

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Following liquidation of the portfolio, the County realized a loss of approximately $600 million of its investment in the County Pools.

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Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • realize a gain — realize a gain/profit/loss ► FINANCE to make or lose money when you sell something: »They re trading on an extremely short term basis and will sell once they can realize a profit. »Following liquidation of the portfolio, the County realized a… …   Financial and business terms

  • realize a profit/loss — realize a gain/profit/loss ► FINANCE to make or lose money when you sell something: »They re trading on an extremely short term basis and will sell once they can realize a profit. »Following liquidation of the portfolio, the County realized a… …   Financial and business terms

  • realize — rea‧lize [ˈrɪəlaɪz] also realise verb [transitive] 1. realize money/​profits etc FINANCE to make money from something: • He estimated they could realize $115 million on the sale before taxes. • The company was able …   Financial and business terms

  • realize a loss — realize a gain/profit/loss ► FINANCE to make or lose money when you sell something: »They re trading on an extremely short term basis and will sell once they can realize a profit. »Following liquidation of the portfolio, the County realized a… …   Financial and business terms

  • realize a profit — realize a gain/profit/loss ► FINANCE to make or lose money when you sell something: »They re trading on an extremely short term basis and will sell once they can realize a profit. »Following liquidation of the portfolio, the County realized a… …   Financial and business terms

  • profit — prof·it n 1: gain in excess of expenditures: as a: the excess of the selling price of goods over their cost b: net income from a business, investment, or capital appreciation compare earnings, loss …   Law dictionary

  • realize — re·al·ize / rē ə ˌlīz/ vt ized, iz·ing 1: to convert into money 2: to obtain or incur (as a gain or loss) esp. as the result of a sale, exchange, or other disposition of an asset realized a loss when the house was sold compare recogni …   Law dictionary

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  • gain — n 1: an increase in value, capital, or amount compare loss capital gain: a gain realized on the sale or exchange of a capital asset (as a stock or real estate) ca·su·al·ty gain: a gain realized by an insured because property insurance benefits… …   Law dictionary

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