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  1. Bonds / Fixed Income

    Call Risk

    Call risk is the risk faced by a holder of a callable bond that a bond issuer will redeem the issue prior to maturity.
  2. Bonds / Fixed Income

    Refunded Bond

    Refunded bonds are bonds that have their principal cash amount already held aside by the original issuer of the debt.
  3. Bonds / Fixed Income

    Bond Anticipation Note - BAN

    A Bond Anticipation Note (BAN) is a short-term interest-bearing security issued in advance of a larger, future bond issue.
  4. Forex & Currencies

    What do the terms weak dollar and strong dollar mean?

    Weak dollar and strong dollar are general terms used in FX markets to describe the relative value and strength of the U.S. ...
  5. Markets & Economy

    Direct Public Offering - DPO

    A direct public offering (DPO) is an offering where the company offers its securities directly to the public without financial ...
  6. Bonds / Fixed Income

    Flat Bond

    A flat bond is a debt instrument that is sold or traded without accrued interest.
  7. Bonds / Fixed Income

    Intermediate/Medium-Term Debt

    Medium-term debt is a type of fixed income security with a maturity, or date of principal repayment, that is set to occur ...
  8. Bonds / Fixed Income

    Pull To Par

    Pull to par is the movement of a bond's price toward its face value as it approaches its maturity date.
  9. Cybersecurity

    Data Breach

    A data breach is an unauthorized access and retrieval of sensitive information by an individual, group, or software system.
  10. Bonds / Fixed Income

    Call Date

    The call date is the date on which a bond can be redeemed before maturity. If the issuer feels there is a benefit to refinancing ...
  11. Markets & Economy

    Skyscraper Effect

    The skyscraper effect is an economic indicator that links the construction of the world’s tallest skyscrapers with the onset ...
  12. Bonds / Fixed Income

    Bull Steepener

    A bull steepener is a change in the yield curve caused by short-term rates falling faster than long-term rates, resulting ...
  13. Markets & Economy

    U-6 Rate

    The U-6 rate is the unemployment rate that includes discouraged workers who are no longer job seeking and part-time workers ...
  14. Bonds / Fixed Income

    L Bond

    An L bond is an alternative investment providing high yield in exchange for bearing the risk that an insurance policy premium ...
  15. Cybersecurity

    Supply Chain Attack

    A supply chain attack is a cyberattack that attempts to inflict damage to a company by exploiting vulnerabilities in its ...
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