High Finance


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High Finance

The universe of extremely large, expensive and/or complex financial instruments. Most of the time, only institutional investors are interested in high finance; the barriers to entry are very high for other investors.
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I was dealing with matters of high finance and was out of my own comfort zone – it was a crazy time "
But the Wall Street Isabelle discovers is one of high finance and low morals: The only things black and white are the Amex cards and the wraps of cocaine.
I am a Republican I care about me And my friends in high finance Who do as they please.
NOW that we're all commentators or experts on macro economics, high finance and other fiscal convolutions, there's still no consensus on very much at all.
Clients and colleagues from the worlds of business, high finance and the media mingled at the official opening of the new offices for the commercial interests of husband and wife team Andy Skinner and Angela South.
These losses were increased by the high finance costs across the fleet.
In the world of high finance, RBS say they have increased their compensation ratio.
The tale of murder, deceit, adultery and high finance often brought Carrington into conflict with his flashy, vengeful ex-wife Alexis Colby, played to the hilt by Collins.
I do not claim to understand high finance but I do know right from wrong and I know when as a citizen, I am being robbed.
Senator Ringuette is simply expanding on a well-established principle - it's not the little guys who should get hurt in the topsy-turvy world of high finance.
He said Dubai has positioned itself as a global centre of modernity, high finance and high tech projects, education and culture, from universities to sports, art galleries and museums.
And how will he manage to deal with the radically changing world of high finance and big business?
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