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payoff

The amount necessary to pay a loan in full,with all accrued interest and fees and the prepayment penalty, if applicable. Payoff figures are usually provided to a closing company as correct on a given day.If closing is delayed,the lender has also provided a per diem charge to increase the payoff for every day of delay.

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Our last example differs from those above, because it involves a situation where the defendant holds information that affects the plaintiff's expected payoff at trial but not his own.
Thus, the social cost of financial distress is the expected payoff in case of bankruptcy.
The main difficulty with operationalizing this equation and connecting it to the economy is that the LTD expected payoff, LTD payments, and expected future wealth for the whole economy, its sectors, or even an individual are unobservable.
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i](k) denote the expected payoff of player i if he leads and chooses k and let [[DELTA].
This difference of focus is meaningful because, although both an increase in the audit probability or outside sanction reduces the expected payoff when cheating, the effects are not identical.
This would give depositors an expected payoff of 0.
The model assumes that R and D investments depend upon the expected value of an invention: this itself is a function of expected premium if the innovation is patented, assuming that the firm will choose to patent optimally (that is, only if the expected payoff from patenting an invention is greater than the expected cost).
Delta]E - [Delta][Pi], where [Delta]E is the change in expected payoff resulting from experiment Y, [Mathematical Expression Omitted] and [Delta][Pi] as the corresponding change in risk premium [Mathematical Expression Omitted]
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