kostpris for aksjene

English translation: purchase price of the shares

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Norwegian term or phrase:kostpris for aksjene
English translation:purchase price of the shares
Entered by: Elena Paranicheva

17:09 Jan 29, 2017
Norwegian to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Accounting
Norwegian term or phrase: kostpris for aksjene
Kostpris og anskaffelseskostnader ved erverv av aksjer
Elena Paranicheva
Local time: 14:58
cost price for the shares
Explanation:
or "purchase price" for the shares, depending upon context and usage.

It appears that this is to be distinguished here from anskaffelseskostnader, i.e. the adjusted acquisition cost (which might be referring to "book value"



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Note added at 1 day6 hrs (2017-01-30 23:21:12 GMT) Post-grading
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Yes, "purchase price" would work in many situations.
However from the context you provided, it appears to be something more specific. And there is a difference between "purchase price" and "cost price" - so I would suggest to be careful with the use of "purchase price"
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Charlesp
Sweden
Local time: 12:58
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thank you! I think "purchase price" would fit best
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Charlesp


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cost price for the shares


Explanation:
or "purchase price" for the shares, depending upon context and usage.

It appears that this is to be distinguished here from anskaffelseskostnader, i.e. the adjusted acquisition cost (which might be referring to "book value"



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Note added at 1 day6 hrs (2017-01-30 23:21:12 GMT) Post-grading
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Yes, "purchase price" would work in many situations.
However from the context you provided, it appears to be something more specific. And there is a difference between "purchase price" and "cost price" - so I would suggest to be careful with the use of "purchase price"

Charlesp
Sweden
Local time: 12:58
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Grading comment
thank you! I think "purchase price" would fit best
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