outstanding

Dictionary of Banking Terms for: outstanding
outstanding

Banking:

  1. checks or drafts that have not been presented to the paying bank for payment, or are still in the process of collection.
  2. aggregate amount owed by a bank’s credit card holders; this usually is less than total card volume due to early payments.


Finance:uncollected funds, or accounts receivable; also unpaid obligations.
Securities:a corporation’s capital stock; stock issued and sold to investors, less stock repurchased by the issuer (treasury stock).

Dictionary of Business Terms for: outstanding
outstanding
  1. unpaid; accounts receivableand debt obligations of all types.
  2. not yet presented for payment, as a check or draft.
  3. stock held by shareholders, shown on corporate balance sheets under the heading of capital stock issued and outstanding.
Dictionary of Finance and Investment Terms for: outstanding
outstanding
  1. unpaid; used of accounts receivable and debt obligations of all types.
  2. not yet presented for payment, as a check or draft.
  3. stock held by shareholders, shown on corporate balance sheets under the heading of capital stock issued and outstanding.
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