Pie Model Of Capital Structure
Pie Model Of Capital Structure: A model of the debt-equity ratio of the firms, graphically depicted in slices of a pie that represent the value of the firm in the capital markets.
Piece-Bien-Fait: The French term for the dramatic genre called the 'well-made play.' See discussion under well-made play.
Piece Rate: A per-piece rate system that pays employees based on the number of pieces produced.
Piece: Apply mainly to convertible securities. Increment of bonds that trade in portions of $1000 minimum. Not all bonds can be traded in 'pieces,' and the increments can vary.
Piedirosso: Red-wine grape grown in Campania, Italy. Has several synonym names including Palombina, Pere'e Pallummo and Strepparossa. Used as a blending wine in the Naples area product known as 'Lachrym . . . View Full Definition
Pier: A column of masonry, usually rectangular in horizontal cross section, used to support other structural members. Also see Caisson.
Piezo-Electric Flash: Tiny flash bulbs (normally housed in flash cubes) which can be fired by a very low current produced by striking a piezo-electric crystal. Such bulbs can therefore be used without a battery.
Piezo (Tweeter): A tweeter whose motor is simply a crystal of Piezo material through which the signal current flows. The crystal lattice responds to this by bending in proportion to the Amplitude and frequen . . . View Full Definition
Pietas: In Roman times, pietas is the quality of revering those things that deserve reverence. The word is the source for our modern English word piety and piousness (reverence toward the divine), b . . . View Full Definition
Pierre Ferrand: These special Grande Champagne cognacs are bottled in a replica of the bottle used by Cognac Ferrand in 1900
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Income Tax: Common stock with a high dividend yield and few profitable investment opportunities.