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Carry

Carry

1. See: Cost of carry.

2. A slang term for net financing cost.
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We are not getting carried away, if that's a good thing for us or a bad thing for them.
Elsewhere, Swansea ain't getting carried away, no chance of Owen Coyle doing so, or Luton Town and, erm, Huddersfield Giants, whoever or whatever they might be.
There's a bit of fun poked at me for being deadpan so I wasn't getting carried away with a couple of good results and likewise I won't get too downhearted with this.
Leicester manager Nigel Pearson picked up the League One award, and said: "We won't be getting carried away and we will keep our feet on the ground.
But Sheridan said: "We are not getting carried away.
I am not against the regulation of legal advertisements per se, but I think the Bar is getting carried away.
But boss Duncan Shearer said: "No-one is getting carried away as there's a very long way to go.
OK, that may be getting carried away -- even if this is the NFC West -- but at least they're starting to look the part.
The Tynecastle manager is not getting carried away.
This trader became prosperous and seasoned on the basis of such advice, while all many of his colleagues went bust by getting carried away by the periodic euphoria that has come to characterize the emerging markets.
Except when he's getting carried away by a political speech, Falardeau aims at Hemingwayesque terseness and concentration.