Reverse conversion

Reverse conversion

A technique in which brokerage firms earn interest on the stocks they hold for their customers by selling the short and investing the proceeds in money market accounts. The short positions are hedged to protect against adverse market conditions.
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It concludes with the reverse conversion of demobilization and a bright new postwar world carried forward on the waves of America's industrial victory.
plus interest margin applying currency clausethe model for reverse conversion fee bankbidder is obliged to disclose all compensation bill that will purchaser be required to pay and which will be expressed in the contract, and which are known and certain at the time of making the offer, as well as other possible expenses required for the loan start and completion dates of serviceafter the conclusion of the loan agreement and the payment of the whole sum of money to the account of the client the price of loans denominated in hrk price is fixed.
An appendix provides conversion matrices for the RGB-to-XYZ transform and its reverse conversion for 20 primary sets under eight illuminants.
It is also hoped that regulations will address recharacterization in the case of reverse conversion transactions.
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Hindus try to reverse conversions," Bhagwat said, inaugurating a Rs 18-crore convention centre of the RSS in Kerala, the first of its kind in that enlightened State.
It is hard to tell for sure what share of today's existing and new condominium supply could end up back in the rental pool, either as reverse conversions of whole properties (in case the sales go bust) or "shadow" sublets.