1. Euroclear

  2. Eurocommercial Paper

  3. Eurocredit

  4. Eurocurrency

  5. Eurocurrency Market

  6. Eurodollar

  7. Eurodollar Bond

  8. Euroequity

  9. Euromarket

  10. Euromoney Country Risk

  11. Euronext

  12. Europe, Australasia, Far East - EAFE

  13. Europe, Middle East and Africa - EMEA

  14. European Bank for Reconstruction and Development - EBRD

  15. European Best Bid And Offer - EBBO

  16. European Callable Bond

  17. European Capital Markets Institute - ECMI

  18. European Central Bank - ECB

  19. European Community - EC

  20. European Credit Research Institute - ECRI

  21. European Currency Quotation

  22. European Currency Unit - ECU

  23. European Depository Receipt - EDR

  24. European Economic and Monetary Union - EMU

  25. European Financial Stability Facility - EFSF

  26. European Financial Stablisation Mechanism - EFSM

  27. European Investment Bank - EIB

  28. European Life Settlement Association - ELSA

  29. European Monetary System - EMS

  30. European Option

  31. European Sovereign Debt Crisis

  32. European Terms

  33. European Union - EU

  34. Eurosclerosis

  35. Eurostat

  36. Eurostrip

  37. Euroyen

  38. Euroyen Bond

  39. Eurozone

  40. EV/2P Ratio

  41. Eva Longoria Stock Index

  42. Even Lot

  43. Evening Star

  44. Evening Up

  45. Event Driven Strategy

  46. Event Of Default

  47. Event Risk

  48. Event Study

  49. Event-Linked Bond

  50. Everest Option

  51. Evergreen

  52. Evergreen Funding

  53. Evergreen Loan

  54. Evergreen Option

  55. Eviction

  56. Evolutionary Economics

  57. Ex Coupon

  58. Ex Works - EXW

  59. Ex-Ante

  60. Ex-Date

  61. Ex-Distribution

  62. Ex-Dividend

  63. Ex-Legal

  64. Ex-Post

  65. Ex-Post Risk

  66. Ex-Rights

  67. Ex-Warrant

  68. Exception Item

  69. Exceptional Item

  70. Excess Accumulation Penalty

  71. Excess Capacity

  72. Excess Cash Flow

  73. Excess Crude Account

  74. Excess Employer Withholding

  75. Excess Kurtosis

  76. Excess Loans

  77. Excess Margin Deposit

  78. Excess Profits Tax

  79. Excess Reserves

  80. Excess Returns

  81. Excess Spread

  82. Exchange

  83. Exchange Control

  84. Exchange Distribution

  85. Exchange Fees

  86. Exchange Fund

  87. Exchange of Futures for Cash

  88. Exchange Privilege

  89. Exchange Rate

  90. Exchange Rate Mechanism - ERM

  91. Exchange Ratio

  92. Exchange Stabilization Fund - ESF

  93. Exchange Traded Notes - ETN

  94. Exchange Traded Products – ETP

  95. Exchange-Traded Binary Options

  96. Exchange-Traded Fund - ETF

  97. Exchange-Traded Option

  98. Exchangeable Debt

  99. Exchangeable Security

  100. Excise Tax

Hot Definitions
  1. National Best Bid and Offer - NBBO

    A term applying to the SEC requirement that brokers must guarantee customers the best available ask price when they buy securities and the best available bid price when they sell securities.
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  4. Degree Of Financial Leverage - DFL

    A ratio that measures the sensitivity of a company’s earnings per share (EPS) to fluctuations in its operating income, as a result of changes in its capital structure. Degree of Financial Leverage (DFL) measures the percentage change in EPS for a unit change in earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT).
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