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5 Cs of Credit: What They Are, How They’re Used, and Which Is Most Important
The five Cs of credit are character, capacity, collateral, capital, and conditions. The five Cs of credit are important because lenders use them to set loan rates and terms.
Understanding the Five Cs of Credit
Learn how the five Cs of credit affect how a lender analyzes your credit application and learn how to improve your chances for getting approved for loans.
The Four Cs of Buying Diamonds—and the Fifth C Defined
Carat, cut, clarity, and color are the four Cs that determine a diamond's value. The fifth C, "conflict-free," is important to many buyers today.
Internal Audit: What It Is, Different Types, and the 5 Cs
An internal audit checks a company’s internal controls, corporate governance, and accounting processes.
8 Contrarian Stock Picks for a Rocky Market: CS
Analysts recommend such unpopular names as Ralph Lauren and Teva Pharmaceuticals.
Stocks Can Still Do Well During Rising Rates: CS
Mathematically, financials and stocks do better when long-end rates rise, says one strategist.
Coffee, Sugar and Cocoa Exchange (CSCE)
The Coffee, Sugar and Cocoa Exchange (CS&CE) was a commodities exchange established in September 1979 to facilitate futures trading.
Shares of Credit Suisse Plummet to All-Time Lows
Shares of Credit Suisse (CS) plunged to all-time lows Wednesday after the bank's largest shareholder indicated it would not increase its holdings, fueling more turmoil in the global banking sector already shaken by the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank.
Cannabis Science Risks Dilution But May Be Potential Pot-Stock Play
Cannabis Science (CBIS) is an over-the-counter traded marijuana penny stock. It has potential for success in niche medical sectors, but risks of dilution abound.
Capital Stock: Definition, Example, Preferred vs. Common Stock
Capital stock is the number of common and preferred shares that a company is authorized to issue, and is recorded in shareholders' equity.