Minimum quote size
Minimum quote sizeA London Stock Exchange term which refers to the minimum number of shares in which market makers must display prices on the SEAQ for those securities for which they are registered.
Minimum income guaranteeMinimum income guarantee
The Minimum Income Guarantee tops up pensioners' incomes from the basic state pension. In the year 2003, the top up is to £102.10 a week for a single person to £155.80 for a couple.The MIG rises with wages inflation which tends to move faster than price inflation (on which the basic state pension is based) so in time the gap between the state pension and the MIG should grow.Anyone with assets over £12,000 is disqualified from the MIG.
Guaranteed minimum periodGuaranteed minimum period
The period during which an annuity is paid irrespective of whether the annuitant dies during that period.If the annuitant lives beyond this period, payments continue until death. An annuity with such a guarantee could benefit people, with dependants who require the income to continue after their death. This means that the sum of money paid for the annuity would not be wasted in the event of early death.
Minimum lending rateMinimum lending rate
The minimum rate of interest at which the Bank of England was willing to lend to the money markets. Discontinued in 1981.
Minimum variance portfolioMinimum variance portfolio
The portfolio of risky assets with lowest variance.
Minimum variance frontierMinimum variance frontier
Graph of the lowest possible portfolio variance that is attainable for a given portfolio expected return.
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