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CB ratio, CR ratio, NDX days

German translation: Is it all about Accounts Receivable?

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08:03 May 15, 2001
English to German translations [PRO]
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English term or phrase: CB ratio, CR ratio, NDX days
All these refer to the same form and don't offer any context.

I am very grateful for your help.

Antje
Antje Ruppert
United States
Local time: 13:36
German translation:Is it all about Accounts Receivable?
Explanation:
At least that's what I think and that would bring some sense to those letters. Here you go:

CR ratio= credit ratio (total credits/total AR)

CB ratio= chargeback ratio (bad AR/total AR)

and the last one:

Non Delivery Risk (NDX) in days: A processed and cleared transaction charged to a cardholder's account for full or partial payment for a product/service in advance of delivery/receipt of the product/service to the cardholder.

That was tough, but I think it makes some sense...
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Andy Lemminger
Canada
Local time: 11:36
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Vielen Dank für die hilfreiche Antwort!!!!

Antje
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Summary of answers provided
naIs it all about Accounts Receivable?
Andy Lemminger
naCR ratio - - Current ratio - Liquidität dritten GradesUlrike Lieder
naCost/Benefit RatioJudith Schmid


  

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20 mins
Cost/Benefit Ratio


Explanation:
I'm afraid I've no idea what CR ration could be. NDX is the official abbreviation of the Nasdaq 100 Index. Don't know if it fits your context though.


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Judith Schmid
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CR ratio - - Current ratio - Liquidität dritten Grades


Explanation:
This would seem to fit right in with the previous answer.

There are many financial ratios. Some of the widely used ratios are :
Liquidity Ratios: Liquidity ratio measures the ability of a firm to meet its current obligations. Liquidity ratios by establishing a relationship between cash and other current assets to current obligations give measure of liquidity.
e.g. --- Current ratio [CR] = Current Assets/Current liabilities.
A high CR ratio (>2.5) indicates that a company can meets its short term liabilities.
www.nirmalbang.com/newfaq.html

current ratio
(Fin) Liquidität f dritten Grades (ie, total current assets/current liabilities = gesamtes Umlaufvermögen zu kurzfristigen Verbindlichkeiten)
[Schäfer, Hyperbook Wirtschaftsenglisch]

Here are some other possibilities for CR ratio and CB ratio, but I think they are remote.
If a merchant's chargeback (CB) ratio exceeds 2% (note that the average merchant is lucky to have a CB ratio of less than 2%) he/she/it is subject to the following fine schedule:
www.goldeconomy.com/parker1.htm

CR stands for "conversion ratio" --- it is obtained by dividing the number of click-throughs by the number of sales or leads. A higher CR ratio means a more effective banner.
www.uniquestyle.com/AffiliateFAQ.html




Ulrike Lieder
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1 day 2 hrs
Is it all about Accounts Receivable?


Explanation:
At least that's what I think and that would bring some sense to those letters. Here you go:

CR ratio= credit ratio (total credits/total AR)

CB ratio= chargeback ratio (bad AR/total AR)

and the last one:

Non Delivery Risk (NDX) in days: A processed and cleared transaction charged to a cardholder's account for full or partial payment for a product/service in advance of delivery/receipt of the product/service to the cardholder.

That was tough, but I think it makes some sense...


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    Andy
Andy Lemminger
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Native speaker of: German
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Vielen Dank für die hilfreiche Antwort!!!!

Antje
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Apr 27, 2005 - Changes made by Steffen Walter:
Field (specific)Accounting » Finance (general)
Apr 27, 2005 - Changes made by Steffen Walter:
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