rebalance

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rebalance

(riːˈbæləns)
vb (tr)
to balance (something) again
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Rebalancing is a hard thing for investors to do because we are not wired to be good investors.
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Summary: Rebalancing offers an opportunity for region to increase consumption-oriented exports
The incoming administration of President-elect Rodrigo Duterte targets to implement a rebalancing strategy that will see a Philippine economy being driven largely by investments and exports, and by the agriculture and manufacturing sectors.
4 million bpd, which is still strong and means the market is rebalancing, but will not rebalance completely by the end of the year, however, it will somehow support prices," he added.
rebalancing, with a particular focus on the Trans-Pacific Partnership and trade relations between the U.
The Boeing 727 Structural Repair Manual identifies the work as a major repair and requires rebalancing the control surface after the work is done.
The deal to buy the automated, tax-efficient investment portfolio rebalancing software for financial advisors should be wrapped up by the end of November.
The UK economy is growing strongly and is rebalancing healthily, with investment and productivity increasing, but we must raise our game on exports, CBI chief John Cridland said in a major economic speech recently.
Academic Taki Fiti has recently said that rebalancing the budget is indispensable.
The nine contributions that make up the main body of the text cover a wide range of related subjects, including exchange rates and global rebalancing, rebalancing the U.
With automation, Austin says, adding that automatic portfolio rebalancing can be especially helpful for individual defined contribution investors who elect to create and manage their own portfolios via their plan's investment menu.