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Narrow Money

DefinitionIn economics, broad money is a term denoting a certain measure of the amount of money in a national economy, and it is used depending on the local practice. Narrow Money What is '

National Income Accounting

DefinitionA variety of measures of national income and output are used in economics to estimate total economic activity in a country or region, including gross domestic product, gross nation

On-The-Run Treasuries

On-The-Run Treasuries What are 'On-The-Run Treasuries' On-the-run Treasuries are the most recently issued U.S. Treasury bonds or notes of a particular maturity. "On-the-run" Treasuries are

Off-The-Run Treasuries

Off-The-Run Treasuries What are 'Off-The-Run Treasuries' Off-the-run treasuries are all Treasury bonds and notes issued before the most recently issued bond or note of a particular maturit

Offering Circular

DefinitionAn offering memorandum or offering circular is a type of prospectus for a bond or other security. Sometimes, this is also referred to as a prospectus, offering memorandum, or short

Mandatory Convertible

Mandatory Convertible What is a 'Mandatory Convertible' A mandatory convertible is a type of convertible bond that has a required conversion or redemption feature. Either on or before a co

Off-The-Run Treasury Yield Curve

Off-The-Run Treasury Yield Curve What is 'Off-The-Run Treasury Yield Curve' The U.S. Treasury yield curve derived using off-the-run treasuries. Off-the-run treasuries refer to U.S. governm

Managerial Accounting

DefinitionIn management accounting or managerial accounting, managers use the provisions of accounting information in order to better inform themselves before they decide matters within thei

Major Fraud Act Of 1988

Major Fraud Act Of 1988 What is 'Major Fraud Act Of 1988' A piece of legislation passed during the Reagan administration that modified and strengthened previous fraud legislation. Among th

Real Bills Doctrine

DefinitionThe real bills doctrine asserts that money should be issued in exchange for short-term real bills of adequate value. The doctrine was developed by practical bankers over centuries
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