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Actually eleven nations. The G7 plus Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands and Sweden. G10 central bank governors tend to gather on the ...
Also known as Group of 20 nations: this is a forum attended by finance ministers and central bank governors from the world's highly ...
Grouping of 24 developing countries.
The world's three leading economic blocs - the US, Japan and the EU. G3 bonds mean bonds issued in US dollars, yen and euros.
G7 or Group of Seven
The world's seven most powerful industrialised countries - the US, Japan, Germany, the UK, France, Italy and Canada. The EU is also ...
The G7 plus Russia. The G7 includes the world's most powerful industrialised countries - the US, Japan, Germany, the UK, ...
Written abbreviation for generally accepted accounting principles, the rules and conventions that govern US accounting practice. A company ...
Mathematical theory applied to economics which analyses how decision-makers respond to each other's strategic moves.
Gamification is an emerging business practice that refers to the use of digital game design techniques and video game elements to solve ...
A way to measure movement in an option's delta - the relationship between the price of an option and the price of the underlying stock.