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The process of moving to a position where the quantity supplied is equal to the quantity demanded, or the assumption that economic forces always ensure the equality of supply and demand. ...

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A Dictionary of Economics (5 ed.)

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2017
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Social sciences, Economics
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...market clearing The process of moving to a position where the quantity supplied is equal to the quantity demanded, or the assumption that economic forces always ensure the equality of supply and demand. The process of market clearing involves price adjustment until a market-clearing price is achieved. In some financial markets there is a market-maker who intermediates between the supply and demand to ensure that trades can always be made. Market clearing is closely connected with the concept of market equilibrium...

market clearing

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The process of moving to a position where the quantity supplied is equal to the quantity demanded, or the assumption that economic forces always ensure the equality of supply and demand. The process ...
Landscape History: The Countryside

Landscape History: The Countryside   Quick reference

H. S. A. Fox

The Oxford Companion to Local and Family History (2 ed.)

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2009
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History, Local and Family History
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Oxford University Press

...of population pressure. The evidence of the one‐inch map adds new touches to this picture of activity. The generally dispersed nature of settlement (about 38 names in the 25 square mile sample) matches the documentary evidence of 13th‐century land grants relating to assarts (clearings) in remote locations. The pattern made by the lanes is a tangled one with many loops which have no apparent rationale, a bequest perhaps from a pattern of haphazardly wandering tracks through heath and wood . Many of the place‐names tell of the wooded or heathy environments (a...

English, Scottish, and Anglo-Irish Family Names

English, Scottish, and Anglo-Irish Family Names   Reference library

Peter McClure and Patrick Hanks

Dictionary of American Family Names (2 ed.)

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2022
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Names studies
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13,029 words
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Oxford University Press

...Norse was similar in many ways to Old English but that there were also striking differences in the sound system, vocabulary, and personal names. So, for example, English placenames ending in - by ‘farm’ (e.g. Derby, see darby , kirby , boothby , catesby ) and - thwaite ‘clearing’ (e.g. micklethwaite , crosthwaite ) are of Old Norse origin and occur widely in those English counties settled by Danes and Norwegians. Synonyms such as Old Norse kirkja and Old English cirice ( kirk and church ), Old Norse bekkr and Old English brōc ( beck and ...

Churches in Context: The Jesus Movement in the Roman World

Churches in Context: The Jesus Movement in the Roman World   Reference library

Daniel N. Schowalter

Oxford History of the Biblical World

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...Hadrian 10–13). Passing through Gaul, he continued into the Germanic regions, where he lived with the troops guarding the borders, reinvigorating discipline among the legion and instituting numerous military reforms. These included regulating leaves of absence, clearing the camps of banqueting rooms and other places of leisure, and ordering that no one should serve as a soldier “younger than his strength allows, or older than humanity permits” ( Hadrian 10). From Germany, Hadrian crossed to Britain, first invaded by Julius Caesar...

clearing margin

clearing margin  

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The amount of margin required to be deposited by a clearing member with a clearing house to support its trading activity with the exchange (cf. marked-to-market). See initial margin; maintenance ...
Unified Clearing Group

Unified Clearing Group  

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(USA).Association of major exchanges set up to share information about major exposures in their respective markets designed to avoid systemic risk.
Clearing House Interbank Payments System

Clearing House Interbank Payments System  

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(CHIPS)A US bank clearing house for large-value dollar transactions. It is owned by financial institutions and operated by the Clearing House Payments Company (formerly the New York Clearing House ...
Central Moneymarkets Office

Central Moneymarkets Office  

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(CMO) (Money markets; UK).The Bank of England's electronic clearing house for sterling money market instruments, such as certificates of deposit and commercial paper. It is the short-end of the ...
discount market deposit

discount market deposit  

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A short-term deposit made with a discount house, usually by a clearing bank, earning a rate of interest known as the discount market deposit rate. These deposits provide the discount houses with ...
Rule 221

Rule 221  

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Conditions laid down by the International Securities Market Association for the primary settlement of securities from one clearing house to another (cf. Centrale de Livraison des Valeurs Mobilières); ...
commodity market

commodity market  

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A market in which commodities are traded. The main terminal markets in commodities are in London, New York, and Chicago, but in some commodities there are markets in the country of origin. Some ...
turn-round rate

turn-round rate  

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The total cost of a transaction on a commodity market, including the broker's commission and the fee charged by the clearing house.
virt-x

virt-x  

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An order-driven electronic market for pan-European blue-chip securities, created in 2001 from London's Tradepoint Investment Exchange with the involvement of the SWX Swiss Exchange. Clearing is ...
two–way margining

two–way margining  

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A system of collateralizing positions at a clearing house or with a counterparty where both sides agree to add margin to the position if the marked-to-market value should move against ...
variation call

variation call  

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A notice by an exchange's clearing house or a broker for a market participant to provide more margin to top up their margin account due to adverse price changes affecting the balance in the account ...
systemic risk

systemic risk  

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The risk of a failure in a whole system, such as the clearing-house system in commodity markets.
Effektengiro

Effektengiro  

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(Germany).Securities clearing system for the German capital market.
callover

callover  

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A meeting of commodity brokers and dealers at fixed times during the day in order to form a market in that commodity. The callover has traditionally been used for trading in futures, in fixed ...
existence of equilibrium

existence of equilibrium  

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The demonstration that an equilibrium exists for an economic model or a game. An existence proof requires the demonstration that there is a simultaneous solution to the set of equations that describe ...

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