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  • CAPitalEXpense or CAPitalEXpenditure; A financial term for the initial costs of a business, in contrast to operational expenditure.

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Examples

  • In this highly capital-intensive sector, Hansen has addressed its medium-term capex needs, and its major shareholder, Suzlon Energy Ltd., has trimmed its holding since last year to 26%.

    Private Equity Could Blow New Life Into Wind Power

  • A U.S. double-dip would result in larger-than-expected declines in Asian capex and exports, dampening momentum in labor markets and consumer spending (though cautious hiring during 2009-'10 would prevent drastic layoffs and wage cuts).

    Too Soon To Call For Asian Decoupling

  • JDawg Battelle with a great summary on their latest K-1 (as does Alan Jones who i agree with on greader - why any1 would use bloglines still who knows - on goog network vs product): Google had more than 10,00 employees at the end of 2006, for example, and spent nearly $2B in capex in 06.

    It's Friday and Google has $11B Dollars.

  • "The issue is what Anglo might do with the cash since its balance sheet at end-June had net debt of only $6.8 billion ... and the bulk of its near-term capex program will be completed in the next 12 to 18 months," RBC analyst Des Kilalea said.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Company also said it has cut its long-term capex expansion programme to $2.4 billion from $6.9 billion.

    Forbes.com: News

  • His comments about the gap between network operators 'funding vs. necessary near-term capex are particularly interesting to me.

    Dean Bubley's Disruptive Wireless

  • Increased capital expenditures - or "capex" - could make it harder for the Fed to lift inflation or bring down unemployment.

    MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

  • Sprint may or may not choose to fund Clearwire's near-term capex as part of its Network Vision initiative to be announced in early October.

  • A U.S. double-dip would result in larger-than-expected declines in Asian capex and exports, dampening momentum in labor markets and consumer spending (though cautious hiring during

    Forum: News/Activism

  • However, this has led to higher-than-expected capex, which is being funded through additional equity from promoters: Magneti Marelli SpA (MM, part of the FIAT group) and Samvardhna Motherson Finance Limited (SMFL, part of Samvardhana Motherson Group).

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  • capital expenditure

    April 15, 2009