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Synthetic Asset

A position in which one takes various positions to create the same effect as holding a certain asset or other investment vehicle. For example, one may borrow funds in one currency and lend the same amount in another currency in order to create the same effect as having a forward contract on one of the currencies.

synthetic asset

The combination of securities and/or assets in such a way that they produce the same financial effect as the ownership of an entirely different asset would. For example, selling a put option and buying a call option on a commodity produce the same financial effect as actually owning the underlying commodity.
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The plant is set to start operation by the end of 2021 and will be able to serve customers across vehicles, industrial, marine and aviation markets, as well as meeting demand for special lubricants - such as synthetic products which offer superior engine protection and performance compared to conventional oils.
Overall, about 25 synthetic products are allowed in organic agriculture, compared with the roughly 900 allowed in conventional agriculture.
Local milk market should be regulated, adulteration should be discouraged and masses should know the difference between fresh milk and synthetic products which are very damaging for babies.
The film can potentially be used in food packaging, plastic bags, and other products, reducing the amount of synthetic products clogging landfills.
Based on source, the biosurgery market is segmented into biological and synthetic products.
VTT's further development projects are focused on making the LigniOx solution competitive against synthetic products and exploring its commercial potential.
Vida specialises in the structuring, servicing, financing and management of life settlements, synthetic products, annuities, notes, and structured settlements.
Farmers use these synthetic products vigorously for quick control against problematic agents to their crops.
Owing to the expanding supply of the synthetic lubricants and functional fluids, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), which are taking steps towards global specifications, are increasingly willing to advocate the use of high performance synthetic products.
Modern engines require modern lubricants; specialised synthetic products with lower viscosities that offer greater protection and allow them to run effectively," he explained.
Cambridge uses 100% synthetic products in belt manufacturing.
There is now a growing concern worldwide for the preservation of the natural environment and conservation of forest resources, after the ill-effects of synthetic products were widely documented.