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Balance Sheet

A financial statement for a firm showing the company's assets, liabilities, and capital on a given date.

Bear

An individual who believes a stock or the overall market will decline.

Bear Market

A prolonged period of falling stock prices.

Bearer Bond

A bond that has no identification of an owner. The owner of the bond is the entity that holds the bond.

Beneficial Owner

An individual who owns securities regardless of their form of registration. Securities held in a custodian's street name may have an individual as their beneficial owner.

Bid Price

The highest price an investor is willing to pay to purchase a given security.

Bid-Ask Spread

The difference between the bid and ask prices.

Bilateral Netting

The process whereby all trades executed on the same day in the same security are netted between two counter parties at the end of the day and one movement of securities and cash is conducted.

Block

A large holding or transaction of stock.

Block Trades

Trading between two brokers or through one broker (in the case of cross execution) for the purpose of buying and selling any security, in one block, whereby the value shall not be less than 200,000JD.

Bond

Debt certificates issued by corporations or governments for the purpose of borrowing money from the public.

Bond Market

Market for bond trading at the ASE.

Bonus Share

A bonus issue is described as a free issue, a scrip issue, a capitalization issue and a stock dividend. These are new shares issued by a company to its existing shareholders, usually in a mathematical proportion to the number of shares already held. What the company is doing is turning part of the profits and reserves it will have accumulated into capital.

Book Entry Securities

Securities that are maintained by computerized records and that have no physical document to represent the security. These securities do not move from holder to holder, but are kept in a central clearinghouse.

Book Value Per Share

It reflects the accounting value of the share and computed by dividing the Shareholders equities on the number of subscribed shares.

Broker

A Broker is a company licensed by the government authorities according to the Federal rules and regulations. A broker is authorized to trade at Amman Securities Market on behalf of an investor after obtaining an official approval from the investor.

Bull

An individual who believes a stock or the overall market will rise.

Bull Market

A prolonged period of rising stock prices.

Buy In

The transaction between brokers wherein securities are not delivered on time by the broker on the sell side, forcing the buy side broker to obtain shares from other sources.

Buy Order

It is an instruction given by an investor to a broker to buy a specified amount of shares of a certain company.

Buying on Margin

The act of buying securities with credit available through a relationship with a broker, called a margin account.