Marginal Risk

Marginal Risk

The risk that the holder of a forward contract will declare bankruptcy before the contract matures. In such a case, the holder may not have sufficient funds to actually take possession of the underlying asset.
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The August contract still remains priced for a 25 bp easing, however, though with only marginal risk for a more aggressive 50 bps move.
If your preflight planning involves a night flight to gain efficiency, know that it comes with a marginal risk management price.
There is no independent regulator from the government in Spain, which slows the decision-making process and creates some marginal risk compared with peers.
For scenarios 2-4, we use the programs' marginal risk contributions to allocate risk capital and set premiums.
"The risk is real, but with a clear and pragmatic risk-based remediation plan, security and risk management leaders can provide business leaders with confidence that the marginal risk to the enterprise is manageable and is being addressed."
Measurement and supervision of systemic risk contribution of financial institutions in China: A Study on the contribution of marginal risk to leverage ratio.
According to the company, all underwriting and pricing are adaptive based on data that prices marginal risk in real time, and every aspect of taking out a loan is completely transparent.
Syriza's demands for a debt restructuring have raised the prospect of a stand-off between Athens and other European leaders that might lead to "Grexit" although financial markets were treating that as a marginal risk on Monday.
marginal risk or an infinitesimal risk of having been exposed in some
For a beginner with nothing on the balance sheet, this represents substantial marginal risk. And for more advanced investors, by highly leveraging property, a disincentive for litigation is created to a certain extent.
We can get the marginal probability density functions of the total cost and total duration f([C.sub.i]) and f([T.sub.i]), the marginal probability distribution functions F([C.sub.i]) and F([T.sub.i]) and the marginal risk probability distribution functions R([C.sub.i]) and R([T.sub.i]) by substituting data into formulas (1)-(3); all the results are shown in Table 3.
Researchers used weighted multivariable logistic regression models to estimate predicted marginal risk ratios and 95% confidence intervals for the risks of having the metabolic syndrome, inflammation and obesity associated with quintiles of dietary fiber intake.