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Special Claim on Residual Equity (SCORE)

A certificate that entitles the owner to the capital appreciation of an underlying security, but not to the dividend income from the security.
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Score

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 20 pounds.
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The study found that most people see a small bump in their scores immediately, but scores tend to decrease and are often a few points lower after one year.
The Kenya urban performance index report 2017 gave the capital a score of 63, followed by Nakuru with a score of 56.
Bishkek citizens trust government agencies least of all - 15.3 scores. They are followed by citizens of Naryn region - 26.1 scores, Talas region - 27.1.
For students taking the standardized test for the first time, finding out test scores can get complicated.
It's a big reason why Panama regularly scores so highly inInternational Living's Annual Global Retirement Index."
Also in the first round, El-Shorbagy, lost to Peru's Diego ElE[degrees]as, with scores of 15-13, 11-3, 11-9 and a final score of 3-0.
(2013) found that FICO scores, which credit bureaus use to determine credit worthiness, have an accuracy sufficient for lending and the management of creditor accounts.
Similarly in Net Category, Maj (r) Akhtar Abbas was at top with 81 scores while Brig R.B Nasar remained second with 87 scores.
IF YOU THOUGHT A GREAT CREDIT SCORE WAS ALL YOU needed to get the best terms on a loan, you're wrong.
Knowing more about who produces credit scores and how they are calculated can help consumers understand, interpret, and manage their scores.
(4) Results are reported as a numerical Recurrence Score. The Recurrence Scores are divided into low- (0-17), intermediate- (18-30), and high-risk (>30) groups, with a group average risk of distant recurrence of 6.8%, 14.3%, and 30.5%, respectively.