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underlying

adjective based on, basic, built on, deep-rooted, elemental, elementary, essential, latent, not evident, obscure, original, primal, primary, rudimentary, supporting, undermost, unseen
Associated concepts: underlying contract, underlying fact, underlying obligation
See also: basic, cardinal, central, essential, fundamental, initial, latent, organic, original, primary, rudimentary, substantive, virtual
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08 "improving the quality of services in the ministry of labour and social policy" with funds from the operational programme "human resources development 2007-2013" with subject: prepress, design and printing of the data dictionary for consultations on the typical questions, interested consumers, policies portfolios minister of labour and social policy contained underlying instruments and rules for their application;
However, with this also comes considerable risk; as you do not own shares in the underlying instrument, you could incur losses greater than your initial deposit.
Additionally, treasurers want to "look under the hood" of money-market mutual funds to see the underlying instruments and understand what the funds are invested in.
Fee cuts, transparency, revealing the underlying instruments without giving away the 'secret formula' to copycats, due diligence, redemptions and selling pressures, less restrictions on investors and getting in new money are all topics that might change the face of the industry as we know it today, which might find itself adopting a new model.
It covered underlying instruments involved in the international financial markets, the processes for efficient settlements and related basic financial calculations.
Unlike many direct investors, portfolio investors often have relatively near-term horizons--that is, the future that concerns them is a relatively brief period of time--regardless of the maturity of the underlying instruments.
The popularity of the Numerix CVA product largely comes down to our ability to accurately value a wide range of underlying instruments, alongside the recent enhancements to its hybrid modeling framework that allow for the production of consistent scenarios among multiple risk factors.