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Korea Investment Corporation

Korea Investment Corporation

Definition Korea Investment Corporation was established in 2005 to preserve and enhance the long-term purchasing power of South Korea's sovereign wealth through efficient management of...
Keepwell Agreement

Keepwell Agreement

What is a Keepwell Agreement A Keepwell Agreement is a contract between a parent company and its subsidiary stating that the subsidiary will not be...

Hard-To-Borrow List

What is a Hard-To-Borrow List A hard to borrow list is inventory utilized by brokerages to identify securities that are not available for borrowing for...
Harmless warrant

Harmless Warrant

What is a Harmless Warrant A warrant is a security that gives the holder the right to buy or sell shares of common stock at...

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...

Yield Tilt Index Fund

What is 'Yield Tilt Index Fund' A type of mutual fund that allocates capital as a standard index, by replicating the holdings...

Yellow Sheets

What is 'Yellow Sheets' A United States bulletin that provides updated bid and ask prices as well as other information on over-the-counter...

In Street Name

What is an 'In Street Name' An in street name is a brokerage account where the customer's securities and assets are held...

Yield Burning

DefinitionYield burning is a form of financial fraud involving the United States municipal bond market. Yield Burning What is 'Yield Burning' The...

Illiquid Option

What is 'Illiquid Option' An option contract that cannot be sold for cash quickly at the prevailing market price. Illiquid options have...

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