tanto por uno efectivo referido al periodo de tiempo elegido..

English translation: one basis point for the chosen time period

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Spanish term or phrase:tanto por uno efectivo referido al periodo de tiempo elegido..
English translation:one basis point for the chosen time period
Entered by: Margarita Palatnik (X)

04:54 Apr 30, 2005
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Spanish term or phrase: tanto por uno efectivo referido al periodo de tiempo elegido..
Hi Porz,
mathematical formula for the calculation of the APR (Annual Percentage Rate) and it says:
D- disposiciones
R=Pagos por amortizacion, interes u otros gastos incluidos en el coste o redenimiento efectivo de la operacion
n=numero de entregas
m=numero de pagos simolizados por R
ln=Tiempo transcurrido desde la fecha de equivalencia elegida hasta la disposicion n
lm=Tiempo transcurrido desde la fecha de equivalencia elegida hasta la del pago m.
l1= Tanto por uno efectivo referido al periodo de tiempo elegido para expresar los ln y lm en numeros enteros
Help with any or all of the above would be greatly appreciated - Maths is NOT my subject!!
Thanks
Jenette Holyoak
United Kingdom
Local time: 03:55
one basis point for the chosen time period
Explanation:
Como se ha visto, el tanto por ciento representa una cierta cantidad con respecto a 100. Si en lugar de tomar como referencia 100, se toma la unidad 1, se llama tanto por uno.

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Explanation:
Como se ha visto, el tanto por ciento representa una cierta cantidad con respecto a 100. Si en lugar de tomar como referencia 100, se toma la unidad 1, se llama tanto por uno.

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Definition: A basis point is one-hundredth of a percentage point. Used in the context of interest rates


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