rebalance


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rebalance

(riːˈbæləns)
vb (tr)
to balance (something) again
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The cash allocation will remain in the index until the next scheduled rebalance date.
The new budget rebalance for 2016 is intended for compensating the flood damages of citizens and it is currently the only way to help them.
Oil demand in 2016 will stay strong, supporting prices, but the market is unlikely to rebalance by the year end, the chief executive of Total said.
Origins and Evolution of the US Rebalance toward Asia: Diplomatic, Military, and Economic Dimensions.
The FAA alleges that FedEx failed to rebalance a horizontal stabilizer tab control surface on the Boeing 727 after repainting the part.
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Fund research firm Morningstar (MORN) says it plans to acquire Total Rebalance Expert, tRx, from FNA LLC.
Art by Branche CoverdaleRetirement savers are often presented with a simple message about portfolio allocations: Rebalance regularly.
Preserving the Rebalance to the Asia-Pacific Region
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To rebalance, Megan would sell $40,000 of stocks and buy $40,000 of bonds.
In Europe, the rebalance has evoked fears that the United States might be abandoning old allies in light of the need to cope with new challenges elsewhere.