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Hardening

Hardening What is 'Hardening' 1. A term used to describe a price of commodity or futures contracts that is gradually stabilizing. 2. A futures market that is slowly advancing in prices.

Implied Warranty

DefinitionIn common law jurisdictions, an implied warranty is a contract law term for certain assurances that are presumed to be made in the sale of products or real property, due to the cir

Absolute Interest

Absolute Interest What is 'Absolute Interest' Total and complete ownership of an asset or property. An individual with an absolute interest has both a legal and beneficial possession of sa

Absolute Advantage

DefinitionIn economics, the principle of absolute advantage refers to the ability of a party to produce a greater quantity of a good, product, or service than competitors, using the same amo

Safekeeping

Safekeeping What is 'Safekeeping' Safekeeping is the storage of assets or other items of value in a protected area. Individuals may use self-directed methods of safekeeping or the servic

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

Scarcity Principle

Scarcity Principle The Scarcity Principle, like other principles of economics, comes from the principles of psychology and behavioral sciences. As per the simplest definition, it states that

Bag Holder

DefinitionIn U.S. financial slang, a bagholder is a shareholder left holding shares of worthless stocks. Bag Holder What is 'Bag Holder' An informal investment term used to describe an inv

Call Provision

Call Provision What is a 'Call Provision' A call provision is a provision on a bond or other fixed-income instrument that allows the original issuer to repurchase and retire the bonds. If

Callable Common Stock

Callable Common Stock What is 'Callable Common Stock' A security that represents ownership in a corporation that has voting rights, whose owners are last to be paid if the company liquidat
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