Double dip


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Double dip

Used for listed equity securities. Dividend roll in which the "dividend capturer" already owns the stock cum dividend. Also used when tax depreciation is accessed in two countries concurrently. For economics, it refers to two closely dated recessions, e.g. 1980-82.

Double Dip

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And while the term might make for some splashy headlines, Hall says a genuine double dip is a rare bird, indeed.
If you buy Hall's definition, then a double dip recession does not pose an imminent threat, and hasn't for quite some time -- at least three decades.
His study revealed that three to six double dips transferred about 10,000 bacteria from the eater's mouth to the remaining dip.