Fast Money


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Fast Money

Slang; in the bond market, price movements caused by speculators without regard for fundamentals. For example, if speculators buy bonds and the prices rise (and yields fall) without a corresponding shift in risk, the price movement was caused by fast money.
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A spinoff of the long-popular TV show "Family Feud," the Friendly Feud will follow a similar format with three regular rounds and a Fast Money Round.
I wanted fast money, but I didn't want to work for it.
When you were young, you know, you want to get fast money, you see fancy cars, you want to drive one of them," he said.
Zarko Vasilevski in Nova Makedonija writes that he agrees with the fact that it is common knowledge that some citizens of Veles became popular threw their innovation to earn money mainly on the American online market but adds that nobody, or only a few, know how practically was realized and whether there is politics in it or only the will for fast money.
But with the recent trend of fast money transfers, there is much to rejoice.
Infrastructure Capital Advisors, LLC (InfraCap) has partnered with investor and CNBC Fast Money Trader, Tim Seymour, the company said.
They preferred investments in real estate, construction and tourist services, a much more familiar and less accountable sector, where fast money can be made and dirty money laundered.
Through Bank of Baroda and its brand legacy, we hope to deliver seamless and fast money payment and transfer services to all its customers.
Yes there is real poverty there but two fellas making fast money off of fad breakfast aren't responsible.
But the structure of the Cypriot bond market may also mean that QE might have more impact later, after the fastest of the fast money leaves and it gets harder for the ECB to buy bonds.
In light of our modern love affair with fast growth and fast money, I'd like to propose embracing the opposite: As you grow your market garden or farm business, slow down.
That access to fast money is the USP of Silicon Valley," Fauvel said.
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