Interests in securities" arise, in summary, when a person has long economic exposure
, whether conditional or absolute, to changes in the price of securities.
This product has the same economic exposure
as a Market Agreed Coupon (MAC) interest rate swap; the benefits of a futures contract; and at expiration, all open positions deliver into a CME Cleared Interest Rate Swap.
Inga Beale, CEO of Lloyd's said, "Lloyd's City Risk Index highlights the economic exposure
of 301 major cities across the world.
10 given its current account deficit (seven per cent GDP), overleveraged banking system, $250 billion consumer loan time bomb, economic exposure
to Iraqi Kurdistan and Syria, dependence on offshore hot money inflows to finance government debt, political tensions between the AKP ruling elite and the military high command in Ankara.
Overall, America has surprisingly little economic exposure
to the world's troubles.
Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines and Etihad Airways will also sub-underwrite the Entitlement Offer or commit to increase their economic exposure
via cash settled derivatives.
More than 12 million Indonesians live and work in earthquake-prone zones, with economic exposure
reaching an estimated $79 billion.
is the sensitivity of company value to exchange rate movements.
arises if the value of the company's cash flow is affected by exchange rate moves.
to floods is increasing faster than per capita GDP in all regions.
a[bar] increasing its economic exposure
but not voting rights.
Noyer said the exposure was a 'normal economic exposure