E-Bond

Definition:

E-bonds refer to a joint European sovereign bond (Eurozone common bond) issued by European Debt Agency. Proposal for E-bond was made in late 2010. E-bond is sometimes referred to as a Eurobond. This is confusing because the usual definition of the Eurobond is a bond issued outside the home currency, such as a U.S. dollar bond sold in Europe.

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Ratio Strategy

A strategy in which one has an unequal number of long secruities and short sercurities. Normally, it implies a preponderance of short options over either long options or long stock.

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