Mismatch


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Mismatch

A situation in which the purchase of a currency has a different value date (the foreign exchange term for delivery date) than the sale of the same currency. A mismatch may create liquidity problems in foreign exchange transactions.
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JOB MISMATCH AND WORKER'S EARNING: A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
The vertical double arrows indicate the two symbols that must mismatch.
Caption: Alcohol misuse was a strong predictor of attenuations in mismatch negativity, and alcohol's effect was stronger in bipolar disorder patients than in controls.
6), we found that introducing a single mismatch in the mismatch-free primer (the other primer harbored 1 to 4 mismatches) caused only a small additional inhibitory effect.
CHF mismatch index = CHF liabilities - (CHF assets - CHF loans to resident households and nonfinancial corporations)/Total assets.
Banks or financial institutions will mismatch maturities more than without this guarantee, because if they get into roll over problems, the government will step in and roll over the financing.
The result is similar to that obtained before the AJCA, with one significant difference: the pre-AJCA character mismatch disappears, but at the cost of US1's $30 capital loss.
Insurers were concerned particularly with what they perceived as a looming asset-liability mismatch under IFRS, caused by marking to market the various instruments used by insurers to invest their reserves.
8 shows the exploitation of a mismatch on the line of scrimmage.
5 micron, allowing calculation of circularity error, servo gain mismatch, vibration, stick-slip errors, backlash, repeatability, and scale mismatch, as well as machine geometry.
However, impedance mismatch can be mitigated by the proper choice of database technology.