Financial Terms by Letter: S


 
SDR
SE
SEAQ
Search costs
Seasonally adjusted
Seasonally adjusted annual rate
Seasoned
Seasoned datings
Seasoned issue
Seasoned new issue
Seat
SEC
SEC fee
Secert Ballot
Second Lien Debt
Second market
Second mortgage lending
Second pass regression
Second round
Secondary buyout
Secondary distribution/offering
Secondary issue
Secondary market
Secondary mortgage market
Secondary Offering
Secondary reserves
Secondary stocks
Second-preferred stock
Second-to-die insurance
Section 16(a)
Section 16(b)
Section 423
Section 482
Section 83(b) Election
Sector
Sector allocation
Sector diversification
Sector fund
Sector rotation
Secular
Secured bond
Secured debt
Securities
Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC)
Securities Act of 1933
Securities Acts Amendments of 1975
Securities analysts
Securities and commodities exchanges
Securities and Exchange Commission Rules
Securities Exchange Act of 1934
Securities Exchange of Thailand (SET)
Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA)
Securities Industry Association (SIA)
Securities Industry Committee on Arbitration (SICA)
Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC)
Securities loan
Securities markets
Securitization
Security
Security characteristic line
Security deposit (initial)
Security deposit (maintenance)
Security Industry Automated Corporation (SIAC)
Security interest
Security Market Line
Security market plane
Security ratings
Security selection
Security selection decision
SED
Seed money
Seed stage
Seek a market
SEFs
Segmented Market
Segmented market
Segregation of securities
SEHK
Seigniorage
SEK

Copyright © 2011 Campbell R. Harvey, Professor of Finance, Fuqua School of Business at Duke University

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