Capital expenditure (CAPEX)

Capital expenditure (CAPEX),

Definition of Capital expenditure (CAPEX):

  1. Money spent by a business or organization on acquiring or maintaining fixed assets, such as land, buildings, and equipment.

  2. An amount spent to acquire or upgrade productive assets (such as buildings, machinery and equipment, vehicles) in order to increase the capacity or efficiency of a company for more than one accounting period. Also called capital spending.

How to use Capital expenditure (CAPEX) in a sentence?

  1. If you have to put up a big capital expenditure you must be sure that the profits will be big long term.
  2. If you want to know if a product will be worth making you must figure out the capital expenditure and then decide how many customers it may bring.
  3. The company used much capital expenditure to upgrade its headquarters in New York and make their products much better looking overall.
  4. The past twelve months have seen cutbacks in capital expenditure by all ten water companies.

Meaning of Capital expenditure (CAPEX) & Capital expenditure (CAPEX) Definition