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Obamacare
"Obamacare" is the word used by Republicans to deride President Barack Obama's signal achievement of his first term - reforming the US ...
Obamanomics
Obamanomics is a neologism which seeks to define the economic philosophy of the Obama administration. The portmanteau has obvious historical ...
obligation
In finance, the legal requirement to pay a debt.
obligation bond
A mortgage bond whose nominal value is larger than the value of the property against which the mortgage is secured.
October effect
A perception among investors that the stock market performs badly in October, mainly because of the fact that most market crashes in history ...
odd lot
A parcel of shares or bonds for trade that is smaller than the standard lot for that particular security.   odd lots in the news ...
off balance sheet financing
Financing that does not appear on a company's balance sheet because it is not strictly debt (so liabilities and associated assets are ...
off the run
Debt securities that are not the most recently issued by a borrower.
offer
In finance, the sale of, or to sell, a security, commodity or currency (and short for offer price). Also, in a takeover bid, a proposal to ...
offer document
In a takeover bid, a document sent to shareholders of the target company giving details of an offer for their shares, and spelling out the ...
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