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ISIN

International Securities Identification Number - A twelve-digit number used as an internationally recognized numbering system for securities identification.

Immobilization

Process that occurs when the central depository vaults share certificates and converts them into book based positions.

Income Statement

A report on a company's financial status describing revenues and expenses over a specific period of time.

Indicative Equilibrium Price (IEP)

The equilibrium price between offered and demanded quantities, which is calculated by the ASE trading system. (See Equilibrium Price).

Inflation

An increase in the prices for goods and services in a particular country.

Initial Public Offering (IPO)

A company first public issue of shares.

Insider Trading

The practice of buying and selling a company's stock by that company's management or board of directors, or by a holder of more than 10% of the company's shares.

Institutional Investor

An institution that invests its own assets or the assets of other large institutions, such as foundations. The institutional investor category includes pension funds, investment companies, insurance companies, and banks.

Interest

The cost of borrowing, represented as a percentage of the amount borrowed.

Intrinsic Value

A valuation determined by applying data inputs to a valuation model. The value is comparable to the prevailing market price.

Investment Fund

An established fund which pools funds from investors in order to purchase a wide variety of financial instruments that will meet the fund's investment goals.

Investment Manager

An professional responsible for managing the investments of institutional and individual clients.

Investor

An individual, establishment or a company that owns shares in a public joint stock Company.

Investor Number

A unique number given to an investor.

Issuer

Corporation that originates securities in the primary market for the purpose of raising capital.