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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Under the law, slippage can also trigger blacklisting, which disqualifies a company or group from participating in government biddings for a certain period.
Double-point is inherent in intense slippage and wear, which results in occurrence of material plastic flow on the wheel tread.
However, Inker adds, it "has not been 'better than the rest of equities' in that its slippage has been slightly worse than the median developed country over the period.
The land slippage, the interior ministry had said in an announcement earlier in the year, is mainly due to the underground water, which is close to the surface in combination with the geological conditions of the area.
May eliminate one reload per procedure due to less tissue slippage during firing
From 5% to 20%, slippage is range-bound and price reversion is less than 10%.
These tube rollers enable the bearing to rotate without slippage under all load conditions.
Low tire pressure in agricultural tractors is an alternative to minimize compaction and increase traction efficiency, and wheel slippage is one of the factors that has the greatest influence on the traction ability of agricultural tractors (LOPES & LANCAS, 2000).
The weight utilization coefficient as a comparative indicator to evaluate the slippage of the tractor is widely used in various origins of literature.
Screw slippage occurs when the screw in the barrel of the injection machine has difficulty picking up material from the feed throat or is unable to develop enough tack to convey the material down the length of the barrel.
Her new book is a celebration of oddness and uniqueness in translations that come about as the result of some sort of slippage from the mimetic into the non-mimetic.
The Arrowhead ceramic lagging solves the problems of belt slippage and pulley lagging wear, according to the company's two-page bulletin.