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Mismatch

A situation in which the purchase of a currency has a different value date (the foreign exchange term for delivery date) than the sale of the same currency. A mismatch may create liquidity problems in foreign exchange transactions.
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Many of the examples of tax planning through hybrid mismatches in the Domestic Draft involve either the use of internal leverage (i.
To determine the effect of mismatches on qPCR amplification, we introduced specific nucleotide changes into both the template and forward primers [see RDML file 1 (for results) and Table 3 (for mismatch frequencies) in the online Data Supplement].
Less-correlated portfolios further weaken the relation between maturity and currency mismatches and liquidity crises by reducing the financial system's vulnerability to systemic shocks (see Annex VII).
Impedance mismatches in the cabling cause reflections that are seen as lower return loss.
They enable us to attack the offense with penetrating pressure, overloading the LOS, and creating personnel mismatches.
The HP 8510XF network analyzer systems were designed to minimize losses and mismatches from the test ports to the DUT The design incorporates a directional coupler at the test ports with performance from 45 MHz to 110 GHz.
We presume that observed mismatches are the direct result of the different methodologies employed, rather than changes in respondent experiences or attitudes between interviews.
Many economists believe that sectoral and regional mismatches are responsible for the high levels of unemployment and the increase in the NAIRU experienced by most European countries.
It gains its efficiency by first testing the least probable pattern string character and thus detects mismatches more quickly.
If we manage our investment portfolio in a prudent manner and minimize interest rate risk by selling off some long-term assets to reduce maturity mismatches, we may have to write down the remainder of the portfolio to market.
The ratings assigned to General are underpinned by its strong local franchise, sound asset quality and capitalization, robust profitability, and adequate liquidity, while also considering its limited revenue diversification, narrowing margins due to the increasing competition and some asset-liability tenor mismatches.