Substitute sale

Substitute sale

A method for hedging price risk that uses debt market instruments, such as interest rate futures, or that involves selling borrowed securities as the primary assets.

Substitute Sale

A sale of an interest rate futures contract or the short sale of a security. Substitute sales exist to hedge the risk that one's portfolio will decline in price.
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An average immediate variable annuity sale was 24% larger than the average substitute sale, DSG said.
Abdel Nour added that the new law states that the value added tax (VAT) will substitute sales tax and will not have an inflated effect once applied.
Many of the "red states" are trying to substitute sales taxes for income taxes.
not to substitute sales, but grow the overall category.
Importantly, he says, a limited edition should always add incremental volume to the brand, not just substitute sales.
We would rather create new business and get more people that come into the supermarket interested in the bakery department than just trying to substitute sales from something else.
This was an attempt to substitute sales from an American company to our Canadian competitors.
When Michigan voters recently approved a plan to substitute sales taxes and other state taxes for the local property tax, it gained national attention.
Revenue grew 5 percent, led by higher contract manufacturing and sugar substitute sales.
Of necessity, these relations are becoming more information-driven, and retailers are asking suppliers to substitute sales calls with technical assistance in shelf management and other DSS functions.