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Risk indexes

Categories of risk used to calculate fundamental beta, including (1) market variability, (2) earnings variability, (3) low valuation, (4) immaturity and smallness, (5) growth orientation, and (6) financial risk.
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Risk Indexes

Categories of risk used in risk analysis. Examples include financial risk, political risk, and credit risk.
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According to Global Climate Risk Index 2019 Pakistan was the 8th most vulnerable country due to climate change facing extreme weather events.
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In the 2018 Travelers Risk Index, the insurer found that cyberrisks are the second-highest concern across all business sizes and industries, surpassed only by medical inflation.
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Pakistan is considered one of the most vulnerable among other countries as most affected according to Long-Term Climate Risk Index (LTCRI).'The Climate Risk Index may serve as a red flag for already existing vulnerability that may further increase in regions, where extreme events will become more frequent or more severe due to climate change,' reveals the report.
Lloyd's in its 2018 City Risk Index, also stated that some of the most underinsured countries in the world are in Africa and the Middle East.
The UAE continued to retain its position in the 'green category' for its positive supply chain environment during the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2017, according to the latest CIPS Risk Index released by the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS).
Taipei ranked fourth on a global risk index released by Lloyd's of London insurance market at NT$12.88 billion in annual GDP at risk, with a possible tropical windstorm being the largest threat.
Oman is the most vulnerable country in the GCC to be impacted by extreme weather events, ranking 28th in the Global Climate Risk Index 2018.

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