rollover risk


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rollover risk

The risk that a tenant will not renew the lease.

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Municipal Closed-End Funds Diversify Funding and Moderate Rollover Risk
Sure, France is burdened with a Socialist President in the Elysee Palace and export exposure to Italy/Spain but BNP Paribas is a too big to fail global bank that has dramatically slashed its dependence on short term funding and reduced rollover risk in its asset/liabilities book.
It adds that "most important, the provisions of liquidity by the European Central Bank (ECB) removed short-term bank rollover risk, which in turn decreased pressure on sovereign bonds".
When the vehicle is moving forward, the system automatically computes all the indexes to predict rollover risk, and warns the driver when the speed approaches dangerous levels.
The ECB said the significant increase in funding requirements of several euro area governments could contribute toward a higher rollover risk and funding costs for banks.
In that case, testers said the wheels lifted off the road during tests, which also posed a rollover risk.
consumer magazine's claim the model poses a rollover risk, U.
Toyota, the world's biggest automaker, said it would suspend worldwide sales of its Lexus GX 460 due to a rollover risk at high-speed, and would protectively conduct safety tests on all its SUVs.
If the rate is too slow, dynamic rollover risk increases.
The two-star Ford Explorer Sport Trac SUV had the highest rollover risk, 34.
Four stars, representing a rollover risk of between 10 percent and 20 percent: Buick Ranier 4x4; Chevrolet Trailblazer 4x4; Chevrolet Silverado extended cab pickup, both 4x2 and 4x4; Ford Focus wagon; GMC Envoy 4x4; GMC Sierra extended cab pickup, both 4x2 and 4x4; Olds Bravada 4x4; Subaru Outback wagon; Toyota Echo; Volvo XC90 4x4.
Rollover risk arises when a derivative associated with a government's variable-rate debt does not extend all the way to the maturity date of the associated debt, thereby creating a gap in the protection otherwise afforded by the derivative.