fixed capital

noun
capital goods, as machinery and tools, that are relatively durable and can be used repeatedly in the production of goods.


Origin:
1840–50

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Fixed capital investment will contract for the first time in a decade, owing to the downturn and financing constraints.
Provide a designated principal economic indicator and a major source of data for monthly estimates of fixed capital investment.
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