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Keynesian Economics

DefinitionKeynesian economics are the various macroeconomic theories about how in the short run – and especially during recessions – economic output is strongly influenced by aggregate d

Kiwi

Kiwi What is 'Kiwi' A slang term for the New Zealand dollar (NZD). It derives its name from New Zealand's national icon - a flightless bird called a kiwi - which is pictured on one side of

Head Trader

Head Trader What is 'Head Trader' The manager of a trading business. He or she is responsible for the positions, risk and ultimate profitability of that business. In a registered securitie

Macroprudential Analysis

Macroprudential Analysis What is 'Macroprudential Analysis' A method of economic analysis that evaluates the health, soundness and vulnerabilities of a financial system. Macroprudential an

Malfeasance

DefinitionMisfeasance, nonfeasance, and malfeasance are types of failure to discharge public obligations existing by common law, custom, or statute. Malfeasance What is 'Malfeasance' Malfe

Rebalancing

Rebalancing Rebalancing is realigning the weightings of portfolio of assets, so a person may buy or sell their assets in their portfolio to maintain level of asset allocation. In order to co

Rational Pricing

DefinitionRational pricing is the assumption in financial economics that asset prices will reflect the arbitrage-free price of the asset as any deviation from this price will be "arbitraged

Backtesting

DefinitionBacktesting is a term used in modeling to refer to testing a predictive model on historical data. Backtesting is a type of retrodiction, and a special type of cross-validation appl

Canada Education Savings Grant (CESG)

Canada Education Savings Grant (CESG) What is 'Canada Education Savings Grant - CESG' A grant from the Government of Canada paid directly into a beneficiary's Registered Education Savings

Canada Pension Plan (CPP)

Canada Pension Plan (CPP) What is 'Canada Pension Plan - CPP' One of three levels of Canada's retirement income system, which is responsible for paying retirement or disability benefits. T
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