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Certificate of Participation (COP)
A certificate of participation (COP) refers to financing secured by lease payments rather than debt interest.
Commercial Output Policy (COP)
Commercial Output Policy (COP) is an insurance policy that provides both commercial property and inland marine coverage.
Congressional Oversight Panel (COP)
Congressional Oversight Panel (COP) was created by the U.S. Congress in 2008 to oversee for the U.S. Treasury's actions aimed at stabilizing the U.S. economy.
Phillips 66 (PSX) Versus ConocoPhillips (COP)
A look at why ConocoPhillips, once America's third-largest oil company, decided to spin off Phillips 66 in 2012.
Using the Price-to-Earnings Ratio and PEG to Assess a Stock
Learn how the price-to-earnings ratio and the PEG combined are used to assess a stock's future growth.
Understanding P/E Ratio vs. EPS vs. Earnings Yield
P/E ratios and EPS may be the established standards for valuation, but earnings yields are especially useful for comparing returns across different instruments.
Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Economy Definition
A peer-to-peer economy is a decentralized model whereby two parties interact to buy or sell directly with each other, without an intermediary third-party.
Standard & Poor's (S&P) Definition
Standard & Poor's (S&P) is globally known for its variety of investable, benchmark financial indices, along with its independent credit ratings.
Ascent Student Loans Review 2020
Ascent offers both cosigned and non-cosigned student loans. In our review of Ascent student loans, learn about their interest rates and terms.
Peer-to-Peer Lending: Best Websites of November 2020
Review the most well-known and reputable peer-to-peer lending sites and learn everything you need to know about peer-to-peer lending.