Capital Asset

Discipline: Economics

(1) in accounting. An asset recorded in the balance sheet of a firm as capital, such as land, buildings, machinery, or equipment.

(2) in financial economics. Assets of a firm that are held for not resale but use in production (as in the accounting meaning of the term), plus financial assets, such as stocks or bonds.

Also see: capital, capital asset pricing model (capm)

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