net charge

net charge

the arithmetic sum of positive and negative charges.
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Deposits and Guarantees required: Late penalty after each calendar day of delay in the net charge of 0.
Six-month results include the aforementioned gain and a $21m litigation-related charge, amounting to a net charge of $12m.
When it binds to a protein, it changes the protein's net charge.
Deposits and Guarantees required: Defective performance and late penalty fee net fee involved in the delay / default performance of 1% per calendar day of delay affected all / default performance, maximum net charge concerned the delay / default performance of 20%.
What is unique about the electronic configuration of the copper atoms in the new compounds is that their average valence, or net charge, is less than 2.
An offsetting credit from government incentive payments relating to prior periods resulted in a net charge of $8.
So, even though there have been some improvements in loan performance at FDIC-insured institutions, the amount of nonperforming loans, noncurrent loans, and net charge offs remain relatively high and the ability of banks to cover the losses from those loans remains relatively low.
Annualized net charge offs as a percentage of average-owned receivables declined to 0.
Capital One Financial Corp (NYSE: COF) has said in a regulatory filing that its annualized net charge offs have dropped.
Net charge offs (NCOs) and non-performing assets (NPAs) remain at moderate levels with comfortable loan loss reserves.
123R, the policy modifications to previous awards will result in a one-time, non-cash net charge in the first quarter of 2006 that is larger than the $350 million after-tax impact estimated at the time of Merrill Lynch's 2005 Annual Report on Form 10-K.
Although net charge offs at Norwest Financial increased from the fourth quarter, consolidated net charge-offs declined to 0.