rollover risk


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rollover risk

The risk that a tenant will not renew the lease.

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Indeed, several banks with significant exposure to ABCP vehicles and undrawn lines of credit experienced significant rollover risk in the form of withdrawals of uninsured deposits.
When it issued its second consumer advisory about the vans in April 2002, NHTSA created a hang tag--to be distributed at Championship Auto Racing Teams (CART) races and through the agency's Web site--that provides information on the rollover risk.
High and Mighty is not a rehash of 60 Minutes and 20/20 exposes of SUV rollover risks, although it covers the subject well.
By providing consumers with information about the comparative rollover risk of various types of vehicles, they will be better able to choose a safe vehicle for themselves and their family,'' Transportation Secretary Rodney Slater said in a statement.
While reserves for taxes and insurance are fairly standard, reserves for lease rollover risk, deferred maintenance and capital improvements are required by portfolio lenders only when there is an acute need for them.
The label depicts a tipping vehicle and a belted passenger and reads, "WARNING: HIGHER ROLLOVER RISK.
Applicable Criteria and Related Research: Municipal Closed-End Funds Diversify Funding and Moderate Rollover Risk http://www.
A recent study showed that merely adding people and cargo to SUVs greatly increased the rollover risk because both sit above the vehicle's center of gravity.
municipal leveraged closed-end funds (CEFs) have access to capital across the long, intermediate, and short-term maturities; which diversifies funding and moderates rollover risk in the sector according to a new report published by Fitch Ratings.
However, the shift to shorter term funding can also expose them to increased interest rate and funding rollover risk.
However, short-term debt also exposes funds to greater interest rate and funding rollover risk.
These factors include, but are not limited to, the ability to complete acquisitions with the Berg Group, changing economic and real estate industry conditions, leasing risk, rollover risk, tenant credit risk, interest rate risk, and other factors detailed in the Company's registration statements, and periodic filings with the Securities & Exchange Commission.