Slippage


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Slippage

The difference between estimated transactions costs and actual transactions costs. The difference usually represents revisions to price difference or spread and commission costs.

Slippage

In futures, the difference between the estimated and actual transaction costs. These costs may increase because of a broker's mistake, or because of reduced liquidity, increased transportation costs for the underlying commodity, or any number of other reasons. Some brokerages use algorithmic trading to avoid slippage. See also: All-In Cost.
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The land slippage, which first appeared in 2012, seriously affected many houses and apartments.
where [DELTA][x.sub.bi] is the relative slippage of the ith bipolar plate ([mu]m) ; [x.sub.bi] is the absolute slippage of the ith bipolar plate (mm); [x.sub.q] is absolute slippage of the front plate (mm).
With respect to DoD acquisition programs and joint assessment of cost growth and schedule slippage, such literature is scant with studies, though many analyze program cost and schedule performance individually (Arena, Leonard, Murray, & Younossi, 2006; Cancian, 2010; Monaco & White, 2005).
Double-point is inherent in intense slippage and wear, which results in occurrence of material plastic flow on the wheel tread.
"This suggests 0.9%/year has been lost to slippage, which is not suggestive that the U.S.
* May eliminate one reload per procedure due to less tissue slippage during firing
These processes may lead to increase or decrease of slippage load over the cycles.
For 20% participation rates and higher, both arrival slippage and reversion have increased where reversion is around 30% of arrival slippage.
Markets have given a warm endorsement to the plans and any signs of slippage could make ratings agencies and investors in British government debt (gilts) jittery.
These tube rollers enable the bearing to rotate without slippage under all load conditions.
An experiment assessing four levels of tire inflation pressure when moving on non-mobilized soil concluded that the speed, slippage and power parameters on the traction bar are influenced by pressure but do not follow a behavior pattern (YANAI et al., 1999).
At the Council meeting in June 2009, the 2018 date was kept but a further slippage in schedule was approved for DT operations until 2026.