United Airlines Holdings Inc (UAL)

42.26 -4.47  -9.57% NASDAQ Nov 26, 16:00 USD

United Airlines Holdings Long Term Notes Receivable (Quarterly)

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Non-current Note Receivables Definition

Non-current Note Receivables are the written obligations the creditors receive from the debtors in exchange for funds that are not due within the next twelve months. It is part of a company’s long term assets.

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Long Term Notes Receivable (Quarterly) Range, Past 5 Years

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