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Slippage

The difference between estimated transactions costs and actual transactions costs. The difference usually represents revisions to price difference or spread and commission costs.

Slippage

In futures, the difference between the estimated and actual transaction costs. These costs may increase because of a broker's mistake, or because of reduced liquidity, increased transportation costs for the underlying commodity, or any number of other reasons. Some brokerages use algorithmic trading to avoid slippage. See also: All-In Cost.
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Given a weaker domestic GDP growth rate of ~3% in FY20, we think achieving such a revenue growth target will be an uphill task and we may see major slippages in revenue collection mainly on sales, excise and income tax.
Caws begins this text with a story recounting one of her own experiences of a form of slippage: One summer, suffering from vertigo in Provence, she underwent what she believed to be a "salmon maneuver" [la manoeuvre saumon]--a surprising maneuver performed by a doctor, during which the patient is taken, quickly and forcefully, from an upright seated position to one in which she is laying on her side with her head turned so that her nose is pointing toward the ceiling; this is meant to "readjust the little hairs in the inner ear" in order to relieve a particular type of vertigo (1).
The council's chief executive, Geraint Jones, added: "We have not lost any grant aid in the past as a result of slippages, but there is a danger if we don't settle this matter that we may lose out in the future."
In its presentation, the RBI listed out specific factors that would drive fiscal slippages in the revised estimates of 2018-19, including "farm loan waivers and income support schemes", an official release said.
Reducing slippages helped the bank to reduce provisioning.
"We might suspend these contractors for a year if they continue to incur negative project slippages in their projects," the district engineer said.
The Romania central bank has warned about possible financial slippages.
Concerned about the delays he asked for responsibilities to be fixed for the slippages.
The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has said the Centre's fiscal slippage could impact inflation, and the deterioration in public finances risks crowding out private finance and investment - sending a signal for "stable-macro financial management" to put growth on a sustainable path.
But nothing is really for everybody, and the slippages and interstices implied in this bold and hollow promise of universality are everywhere reinforced by Gerber's project.
Pakistan's efforts to consolidate its budget deficit may be derailed due to weak tax revenues and expenditure slippages ahead of upcoming general elections, the World Bank warned on Wednesday.
Antony today reviewed various issues and proposals relating to acquisition for the Indian Army, and asked them to streamline procedures to prevent slippages in the future.