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Power grid

• Is a matrix which enables an analyst, investor, portfolio or risk manager a quick and incisive look at the option characteristics of a group of countries or corporations. In the case of countries, such as the G-7, the equity, credit and currency markets are comparable in terms of standardized statistics such as volatility. This tool helps to identify imbalances and potential arbitrage situations. Is a method of simultaneously evaluating the financial markets for G-7 or other basketed economies.

 
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Arbitrage
Credit
Currency
Equity
Financial market
Investor
Option
Portfolio
Risk
Volatility
 
 Related Terms
 Buying power
Earning power
Power cap
Power of attorney
Purchasing power parity
Purchasing power risk
Relative purchasing power parity

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