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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.

Score

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 20 pounds.
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Bauer and his agency colleagues tell customers upfront that their insurance score will be made up of credit scoring, as well as their motor vehicle record and losses, and will be modeled on a number of different variables.
This method of scoring linked items makes for an attractive item format to assess higher cognitive skills without the statistical pitfalls inherent in the conventional scoring of linked items.
More than 10 billion Fair, Isaac scores have been sold in America, an indication that businesses are using credit scoring in a big way.
Copies of the teacher's final assessment task, scoring rubric and a sample set of scored student responses were submitted to the project evaluator.
The reason credit-based scoring spread so rapidly, however, was that carriers recognized quickly that they ran the danger of being adversely selected against if others used credit-based scoring and they didn't.
Adam Barry opened the scoring with a 27-yard pass to Nick Karam.
To counter the growing movement by states to restrict the use of credit-based insurance scoring, trade organizations have stepped up their informational efforts at the state level and are urging member companies to reveal precisely how their use of insurance scoring benefits consumers.
Ireland becomes the sixteenth country across four continents to adopt consumer credit scores using FICO scoring technology.
Luft caught seven passes for 160 yards, including scoring catches of 34 and 57 yards.
TransUnion LLC and VantageScore Solutions, LLC, through their launch and marketing of the VantageScore credit scoring model, are jointly engaging in unfair and anti-competitive practices that harm the FICO[R] credit score brand and goodwill that Fair Isaac has spent 50 years creating.
The percentage of Burbank students scoring proficient or above increased by 11 percent in both fifth and seventh grades.