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securities
Post Fri Apr 01, 2005 2:56 am
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Spread

(the difference between the bid price and the asked price of a security)

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Due

Payable immediately or on demand.

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EAFE Index

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Oh boy! X?!?!?!

The definition EAFE was...

The Europe, Australia, and Far East Index from Morgan Stanley Capital International. An unmanaged, market-value weighted index designed to measure the overall condition of overseas markets.

Xenocurrency

A currency that trades outside of its domestic borders.

P.S. let's add a definition, if not an obvious term, that way it's fun and educational... Wink
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haha, I wondered if anyone would get 'X'!

Yield Curve

A graph of the relation between yield and maturity. The vertical axis shows the yield in percentage, and the horizontal axis shows the maturity.

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Economy

I seem to get a lot of easy ones... or maybe I'm just too lazy to think up hard ones.

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good grief, another Y

YTD

Year-To-Date, as in YTD returns

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dinero

1. a former silver coin of Peru, the 10th part of a sol.
2. any of various billon or copper coins of Spain, issued from the 11th to the 16th centuries.
3. Slang.money.
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Option
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No-load Fund
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dime

Common name for U.S. tenth-of-a-dollar coin.
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equity.

assets = liability + equity
equity = net assets
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The forum rule against resurrecting old threads has been waived for this thread. However, the two posts that were appended have been removed because they did not follow the game rules. Which are repeated here:

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Okay, this one is just for fun...

Your goal is to think of a financial or money-related word that starts with the last letter of the previous word that was posted.

Should be interesting to see how this goes.

I'll start things off with...

Money

(Next financial word should start with Y, and so on...)


Therefore the next post should have a financial word beginning with the letter Y -- and don't just copy the previous Y word

~Tim~
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