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Hyperinflation

DefinitionIn economics, hyperinflation is very high and typically accelerating inflation. It quickly erodes the real value of the currency, as the prices of most...

Hard Call Protection

Hard Call Protection What is 'Hard Call Protection' The period in the life of a callable bond during which the issuing company...

In Escrow

In Escrow What does 'In Escrow' mean In escrow is an item such as money or a piece of property that has...

Incentive Fee

Definition of an Incentive Fee An incentive fee, also known as a performance fee, is a fee which a client fund may be charged by...

Immediate Beneficiary

Immediate Beneficiary What is 'Immediate Beneficiary' A beneficiary designation most commonly used in charitable gift planning to describe which parties get an...

Impulse Wave Pattern

Impulse Wave Pattern What is 'Impulse Wave Pattern' A term used in the Elliott wave theory to describe the strong move in...

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....

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...

Abatement Costs

Abatement Costs What is 'Abatement Cost' A cost borne by many businesses for the removal and/or reduction of an undesirable item that...

Backwardation

DefinitionNormal backwardation, also sometimes called backwardation, is the market condition wherein the price of a commodities' forward or futures contract is trading below the...

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