ARRSee: Average rate of return
Target zone arrangementTarget zone arrangement
A monetary system under which countries pledge to maintain their exchange rates within a specific margin around agreed-upon, fixed central exchange rates.
Breach Of WarrantyBreach Of Warranty
In real property, the failure of the seller to pass title as either expressed or implied (by law) in the conveyancing document.
Barrier(s) To EntryBarrier(s) To Entry
Barrier to Entry refers to the costs incurred for a new entrant to enter a marketplace. Examples include fixed costs such as the development of a factory (for traditional manufactured goods), branding and lock-in established by current competitors in the form of switching costs. Barriers to entry can also refer to any "hidden" cost established to reduce freedom of choice. Thus traditional retailing environments, that rely on geography as a competitive advantage, are building barriers to entry to those not in close proximity to their customer base.
Agency incentive arrangementAgency incentive arrangement
A means of compensating the broker of a program trade using benchmark prices for issues to be traded in determining commissions or fees.
Married put strategyMarried put strategy
The simultaneous purchase of stock and put options representing an equivalent number of shares. This is a limited risk strategy during the life of the puts because the stock can always be sold for at least the strike price of the purchased puts.
Further Suggestionsbarrier warrant
Interest in Arrears
plain vanilla option/warrant
gearing of warrant
Marrried Put and Stock
Cash & carry
Owner Will Carry Mortgage
Electronic Queriable Carrier
cash and carry
Net operating loss carrybacks
Carriage of Goods by Sea Act