net capital outflow (NCO)


The net amount of assets invested in a foreign country measured during a set period of time, usually measured yearly. If the value is positive, this indicates that a country invests more in other countries than other countries invest in it; the negative value would be the opposite.

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The current Net Capital Outflow of the country of the United States of America were 0.40 billion dollars in the year 2013.

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We examined our net capital outflow and decided it might be time to take a different approach, considering how the global markets looked.

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The net capital outflow of the United State must have certainly been high in the decades of 1980 and 1990, as it was seen around the world as the most prosperous nation.

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