International arbitrage

International arbitrage

Simultaneous buying and selling of foreign securities and ADRs to capture the profit potential created by time, currency, and settlement inconsistencies that vary across international borders.

International Arbitrage

The practice of buying and selling a security registered in a foreign country and an International Depositary Receipt based on that same security. This allows the arbitrageur to profit from inefficiencies in price resulting from the exchange rate, the difference in price on different exchanges, and other factors. See also: Arbitrage.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
As China continues to act as a major clearing market for seaborne met coal, reliable metrics for domestic and international arbitrage will become ever more critical.
Representatives of RIKO replied that the case would be presented before an international arbitrage and the money will be won back with an interest.
aIf anybody claims that this is Bulgariaas fault, then they should probably consult international arbitrage,a he suggested.
In this brief case study, we contribute to this sparse empirical literature by examining the reasons for and consequences of international arbitrage of medicines in the Republic of Georgia, which encouraged the practice via regulatory reforms starting in late 2009.
The involvement of the so-called institute "Constitutional Appeal" is mentioned in the announced constitutional changes, which in a perfidious wav, envisages the international arbitrage to be blocked, such as the court in Strasbourg.
We want to solve the relations problems between the UAE and Iran and the solution is for Iran to give back the three islands or an international arbitrage," said Dr Gargash.
Report contributor and academic from Australia's Griffith University, Professor Jason Sharman, outlined why more investors are using the BVI for international arbitrage.
We have the conclusion of the international company suggesting international arbitrage against the company," Shikmamatov said.
When domestic wages and prices are inflexible or when international arbitrage is slow, flexible exchange rates can hasten a country's adjustment to idiosyncratic economic disturbances by facilitating rapid changes in the price of a country's exports relative to its imports.
This is the reason for the surge of private international arbitrage, private international law or Lex Mercatoria, and a series of important customs and traditions that punish tradesmen that do not fulfill their promised obligations.
The accord signed by German Economy Minister Michael Glos and Iraqi Industry Minister Fawzi al-Hariri, guarantees "effective protection of property, free transit of capital and revenues and access to international arbitrage in the event of diputes," according to a statement issued by the German economy ministry.
s Risk and International Arbitrage Division as well as the First Boston Corp.

Financial browser ?
Full browser ?