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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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An important information is that the female graduates are facing more field of study and job mismatch than the male graduates as one-third of the female graduates are mismatched falling in either irrelevant or weakly relevant category; however, less than one-fourth of the male graduates are falling in these first two categories (Table 3).
Central banking as a lender of last resort reduces the roll-over risk for maturity mismatched banks, including the risk of holding fractional reserves.
Mismatched portfolios became the cement shoes that pulled many financial institutions beneath the surface of financial solvency.
The distribution of education is calculated for each occupation; employees who depart from the mean by more than some ad-hoc value (generally one) standard deviation are classified as mismatched workers [Verdugo and Verdugo (1989); Kiker, et al.
ATIR(TM), a donor lymphocyte cell based preparation depleted of allo-reactive T-cells, is under development to prevent acute Graft versus Host Disease (GvHD) and allow for early immune reconstitution following a bone marrow transplantation with a fully mismatched (haplo-identical) donor.
Implant a mismatched heart in an adult, and he or she will die rapidly.
Monday time slot will be claimed by Jerry Bruckheimer's latest crime procedural, ``Just Legal,'' starring Johnson and Jay Baruchel as mismatched Los Angeles attorneys.
Moreover, even a slightly mismatched marrow transplant is fraught with risks.
As one mismatched, argumentative couple ponders breakup by the end of episode 1, another copes with a partner's "runaway bride" reputation.
While the patient had been driving, the mismatched information coming from the peripheral labyrinths was exaggerated by the speed of the automobile and by a mismatch of the visual and vestibular inputs at that speed.
Similarly, more than one fourth are mismatched in terms of skill, about half are over-skilled, and half are under-skilled.