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Korean Composite Stock Price Indexes (KOSPI)

Korean Composite Stock Price Indexes (KOSPI) What is 'Korean Composite Stock Price Indexes - KOSPI' A series of indexes that track the overall Korean Stock Exchange and its components. The

Knock-Out Option

Knock-Out Option What is a 'Knock-Out Option' A knock-out option is an option with a built-in mechanism to expire worthless if a specified price level is exceeded. A knock-out option sets

Heating Degree Day (HDD)

Heating Degree Day (HDD) What is 'Heating Degree Day - HDD' The number of degrees that a day's average temperature is below 65oFahrenheit (18o Celsius), the temperature below which buildin

Head And Shoulders Pattern

Head And Shoulders Pattern What is a 'Head And Shoulders Pattern' In technical analysis, a head and shoulders pattern describes a specific chart formation that predicts a bullish-to-bearis

Headline Inflation

DefinitionHeadline inflation is a measure of the total inflation within an economy, including commodities such as food and energy prices, which tend to be much more volatile and prone to inf

Yield Pickup

Yield Pickup What is 'Yield Pickup' The additional interest rate an investor receives when selling a lower-yielding bond in exchange for a higher-yielding bond. The bond with the lower yie

Yield Curve Risk

Yield Curve Risk What is the 'Yield Curve Risk' The yield curve risk is the risk of experiencing an adverse shift in market interest rates associated with investing in a fixed income instr

Hard Sell

DefinitionIn advertising, a hard sell is an advertisement or campaign that uses a more direct, forceful, and overt sales message. This approach is the diametric counterpart of a soft sell. H

Young And Wealthy But Normal (YAWN)

Young And Wealthy But Normal (YAWN) What is 'Young And Wealthy But Normal - YAWN' A class of self-made millionaires that live relatively modest lives. Instead of spending wealth on gaining

Yield Curve

Yield Curve A yield curve depicts interest rates of bonds having different maturities, but same credit quality, at a specific point in time. The yield curve is mostly used to compare rates o
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