Economics

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  1. Mass Payment

    Mass payment is a method of paying multiple recipients online simultaneously.
  2. Dual Trading

    Dual trading is when a broker simultaneously executes customer orders and places trades in his or her own account, or one ...
  3. Chained Payment

    A chained payment is a parallel method of payment that involves a sender making one payment to multiple recipients.
  4. Trading Effect

    Trading effect is the measure of performance that examines the difference in returns between a bond portfolio and a chosen ...
  5. Reaction

    A reaction is a reversal in the movement of a security's price, most often associated with a downward price movement after ...
  6. Upside Gap Two Crows

    Upside gap two crows is a bearish market reversal signal in technical analysis.
  7. Short The Basis

    Short the basis is a futures strategy in which a futures position is purchased to hedge against a future commitment to deliver ...
  8. SuperMontage

    A SuperMontage is a fully integrated order display and execution system for the trading of Nasdaq-listed securities.
  9. Employment and Training Administration (ETA)

    The Employment and Training Administration (ETA) is U.S. agency that provides a variety of labor-related services, such as ...
  10. SEC Form 424B1

    SEC Form 424B1 is the prospectus form that a company must file to provide additional information that was not included in ...
  11. Affirmative Obligation

    Affirmative obligation is an obligation of NYSE specialists to enter the market on a particular security (either by posting ...
  12. Federal Reserve Regulations

    Federal Reserve Regulations are rules put in place by the Federal Reserve Board to regulate the practices of banking and ...
  13. SEC RW Filing

    An SEC RW filing is made by companies requesting to formally withdraw the pending securities registration.
  14. SEC Form NSAR-B

    SEC Form NSAR-B was a semi-annual filing with the SEC that registered investment management companies make at the end of ...
  15. Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS)

    The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) is an economic union comprising of ten islands located in the Eastern ...
  16. Regulation N

    Regulation N is a regulation which oversees financial transactions among Federal Reserve Banks, foreign entities, bankers ...
  17. SEC Form NSAR-A

    SEC Form NSAR-A was a semi-annual filing with the SEC that registered investment management companies make at the end of ...
  18. Underemployment

    Underemployment is a measure of employment and labor utilization in the economy that looks at how well the labor force is ...
  19. Industry

    Industry is a classification that refers to a group of companies that are related in terms of their primary business activities. ...
  20. Asset Valuation Review (AVR)

    Asset valuation review is a process that establishes an estimate of the value of a failed bank’s assets.
  21. Micropayment

    Micropayments are payments of less than a dollar (and in some cases a fraction of a cent) that are usually made online.
  22. Assessable Security

    Assessable security is a type of stock that companies issued to investors at a discount to its face value in exchange for ...
  23. Black Scholes Model

    Black Scholes model is a model of price variation over time of financial instruments such as stocks that can, among other ...
  24. Coase Theorem

    The coase theorem is a legal and economic theory that affirms that where there are complete competitive markets with no transactions ...
  25. Auto Sales

    Auto sales are reported monthly by the major producers of domestic automobiles.
  26. Regulation L

    Regulation L prohibits certain types of interlocking management arrangements for depository institutions and their respective ...
  27. Douglas Amendment

    The Douglas Amendment was an amendment to the Bank Holding Act of 1956 in the United States. It prevented banks from acquiring ...
  28. Odd Lotter

    An odd lotter is an individual investor who buys securities, usually stocks, in odd lots, or in amounts that are not multiples ...
  29. SEC Form 487

    SEC Form 487 is a filing with the SEC, also known as the Pre-Effective Pricing Amendments Form, used to amend information ...
  30. China Credit Information Service - CCIS

    China Credit Information Service (CCIS) offers credit rating services throughout Taiwan and the Chinese mainland.
  31. Blocked Currency

    A blocked currency is one which can not be traded on the forex (FX) market, usually due to government restrictions.
  32. SEC Form N-23c-3

    SEC Form N-23c-3 is a form filed with the SEC by closed-end investment companies or business development companies that make ...
  33. Atlas Options

    Atlas options are exotic equity-based options from the family of "mountain range" options, which are based on a basket of ...
  34. Consumer Internet Barometer

    The Consumer Internet Barometer is a quarterly survey report produced by the Conference Board, which is helpful in gauging ...
  35. Westpac Consumer Confidence Index

    The Westpac Consumer Confidence Index is an index measuring the level of consumer confidence in Australia.
  36. At Limit

    At limit is an order that sets a maximum limit on the buy price and/or a minimum limit on the sell price.
  37. Motor Vehicle Sales

    Motor vehicle sales is the number of domestically produced units of cars, SUVs, mini-vans and light trucks that are sold. ...
  38. Today's High

    Today's high refers to a security's intraday high trading price or the highest price at which a stock traded during the course ...
  39. Speed Resistance Lines

    Speed resistance lines are a tool in technical analysis that is used for determining potential areas of support and resistance.
  40. Collaborative Economy

    A collaborative economy is a marketplace where consumers rely on each other instead of large companies to meet their wants ...
  41. Regtech

    Regtech is a blend word of 'regulatory technology' that was created to address regulatory challenges in financial services ...
  42. Close Location Value (CLV)

    Close location value is a measure used in technical analysis to determine where the price of the asset closes relative to ...
  43. Investing Fads

    Investing fads are current popular trends that relate to investments, normally characterized by a excessive enthusiasm for ...
  44. Bid Tick

    A bid tick is an indication of whether the latest bid price is higher, lower or the same as the previous bid.
  45. Hockey Stick Bidding

    Hockey stick bidding is an anti-competitive practice in which a market supplier offers an extremely high price for a small ...
  46. Setup Price

    A setup price is a predetermined point of entry into a specific security. Once a setup price is breached, the trader will ...
  47. Horizontal Channel

    Horizontal channels are trend lines that connect variable pivot highs and lows to show the price contained between resistance ...
  48. Speculative Company

    A speculative company has a significant percentage of its assets tied up in projects with uncertain returns.
  49. Risk Premium

    A risk premium is the return in excess of the risk-free rate of return that an investment is expected to yield.
  50. Interest Rate Parity

    Interest rate parity is a theory in which the interest rate differential between two countries is equal to the differential ...
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