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In-House

In-House What is 'In-House' In-house refers to conducting an activity or operation within a company, instead of relying on outsourcing. A firm uses its own employees and time to keep a div

Abnormal Return

DefinitionIn finance, an abnormal return is the difference between the actual return of a security and the expected return. Abnormal returns are sometimes triggered by "events." Events can i

Saturday Night Special

Saturday Night Special What is 'Saturday Night Special' An obsolete takeover strategy where one company attempted a takeover of another company by making a sudden public tender offer, usua

Black Swan

Black Swan Black Swan Events or happenings can be best described as unforeseen, rare, and out of control from normal circumstances, which occur beyond expectations and have immense effect th

Back Up

Back Up What is 'Back Up' A back up is a slang term for the movement in spread, price or yield of a security, which makes it more expensive to issue. A back up is characterized by an incre

Cancellation Provision Clause

Cancellation Provision Clause What is 'Cancellation Provision Clause' It is a provision in an insurance policy that permits an insurer or an insurance company to cancel a property and casu

Call Date

DefinitionA callable bond is a type of bond that allows the issuer of the bond to retain the privilege of redeeming the bond at some point before the bond reaches its date of maturity. In ot

Calendar Effect

DefinitionA calendar effect is any market anomaly or economic effect which appears to be related to the calendar. Such effects include the apparently different behaviour of stock markets on

Calendar Year

DefinitionGenerally speaking, a calendar year begins on the New Year's Day of the given calendar system and ends on the day before the following New Year's Day, and thus consists of a whole

Calendar Year Experience

Calendar Year Experience What is 'Calendar Year Experience' The underwriting result based on earned premiums and booked incurred losses for the same calendar-year accounting period. This t
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