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What are Non-redeemable GICs?
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Who was John Keynes?
John Keynes is considered the father of macro economics.
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Who was Adam Smith?
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What are Foreign Exchange Options?
A foreign exchange option is a contract that gives the holder the right to buy or sell currency at a specified exchange rate during a specified period of time. It does no...
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What are Foreign Exchange Swaps?
Foreign exchange swap is an agreement to exchange stipulated amount of a currency to another currency at one or more future dates. These are used by national central ban...
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What are Equity Swaps?
Equity swaps is a financial derivative contract. it is an exchange of cash flows between two parties at a set date while still holding its original asset.
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What are Structured Credit Derivatives?
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What are Swaptions?
Swaption is an option given to its owner to enter into an underlying swap. It's an option to swap usually an interest swap.
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What are the different types of energy derivatives?
Futures and spot
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What are Dutch Auction Securities?
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What are Asset-backed securities?
Asset backed Securities are bonds or notes that are backed by a loan, lease or receivables from an asset.
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What is Charles River?
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What are the different types of US Treasury products?
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What is OpenLink?
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What is Sophis?
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What is an Amortization Schedule?
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