Accounting Dictionary - Letter H

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Holding gain (loss)
is an increase (decrease) in the value of an asset or liability for an accounting period. Holding gain (loss) can be either realized or unrealized. Realized gains (losses) are recognized in financial statements while only certain types of unrealized gains (losses) are recorded and disclosed (e.g., marketable securities).
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