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riskless

(ˈrɪskləs)
adj
free of risk
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Adj.1.riskless - thought to be devoid of risk
safe - free from danger or the risk of harm; "a safe trip"; "you will be safe here"; "a safe place"; "a safe bet"
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On a related point, FERC notes that its recently enhanced monitoring and surveillance capabilities have detected trading anomalies that were tied to various forms of market manipulation, including:imited risk or riskless combinations of trades to enhance the value of a position or portfolio, such as wash trades,repetitive, uneconomic physical trading or flows to benefit a position,trading to affect the formation of an index price,withholding physical generation to benefit a financial and/or physical position; and using virtual bids to benefit a financial and/or physical position.
Convergex provides brokerage services primarily on an agency basis, but may operate in a riskless principal and/or net trading capacity, and in connection with certain ETF or ADR transactions, may act as principal or engage in hedging strategies.
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What does economic theory have to say about the extent to which exogenous changes in short-term and/or long-term riskless rates ought to affect asset prices, and by what channels?
In the absence of risk aversion, the yield on cocos should then be equal to the riskless rate for their remaining term plus a conversion risk premium that compensates for the expected loss conditional on conversion.
The scientist and the clones want to prove that riskless football is more effective.
A riskless financial institution is the one that is out of business.
The graduate textbook explores variance and volatility swaps for financial markets with underlying assets following the Heston model, the valuation of variance swaps for stochastic volatilities with delay, a semi-Markov modulated market consisting of a riskless bond and a risky stock, variance and volatility swaps for volatilities driven by fractional Brownian motion, and explicit option pricing of a mean-reverting asset in energy markets.
Theoretically, the difference between the total rate of return and the safe rate is considered a premium to compensate the investor for risk, the burden of management, and the illiquidity of the capital invested; also called riskless rate or relatively riskless rate.
It assumes a flat yield curve and a riskless interest rate that follows a random walk over time, as described earlier.
They are created by financial institutions to facilitate transactions, but the institutions cannot create riskless debt.
This reflects the difference between risky and riskless debt--between debt that might not be paid back and debt that almost certainly will be repaid.