Dollar bondsMunicipal revenue bonds for which quotes are given in dollar prices. Not to be confused with "US Dollar" bonds, a common term of reference in the Eurobond market.
Constant dollar planConstant dollar plan
A plan which enables investors to accumulate shares in a mutual fund by purchasing them on a regular basis (for example monthly) with a fixed dollar amount. The dollar amount buys more shares when the price is low than when it is high, and over time the investor will have accumulated shares at a cost which is neither high nor low, but average for the period in question. Hence the other name for this process - 'dollar cost averaging'. In the UK, the same principles apply to savings plans for unit trusts, and the process is called 'pound cost averaging'.
Dollar cost averagingDollar cost averaging
See: Constant dollar plan
US dollar currency deposited in banks outside the USA.
Salomon Brothers Non US Dollar World Government Bond IndexSalomon Brothers Non US Dollar World Government Bond Index
A benchmark index that includes institutionally traded benchmark other than U.S. benchmark that have a fixed rate and a remaining benchmark of one year or longer.
Nominal dollarsNominal dollars
Dollars that are not adjusted for inflation.
Purchasing power of the dollar
Fixed dollar obligations
Equal dollar swap
Two dollar broker
Trade weight value of the dollar
Constant dollar plan
dollar cost averaging
Dollar price of a bond
Dialing for dollars
Eurodollar certificate of deposit