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stemming from an original source

something derived from another

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a compound obtained from, or regarded as derived from, another compound

a financial instrument whose value is based on another security

(linguistics) a word that is derived from another word

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resulting from or employing derivation

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This study basically aims to estimate the global market of propionic acid & derivatives for 2012, and to project the expected demand of the same from 2013 to 2018.
The derivatives [partial derivative]D/[partial derivative][theta] and [partial derivative]D/[partial derivative][phi] in Eqs.
The market for derivatives in the US has been hindered in the past because indices that measure real estate returns haven't provided sufficient forward looking information that parties entering into a swap contract can use to determine a rate of return above or below which one party will be compelled to pay the other.
Unfortunately, some managers might use fewer credit derivatives to reduce credit risk due to this potential earnings volatility.
In the pre-FAS 133 world, derivatives were reasonably well understood by financial professionals.
133 will give investors, analysts, top management, public boards and creditors a clearer indication of the uses and effects of derivatives.
In fact, the language of financial derivatives recognizes that risks are exchanged, rather than simply transferred: The two parties to a financial derivative usually are referred to as "counterparties," rather than as cedent and receiver.
For Rice, 41, it's meant building his firm into an operation specializing in municipal interest-rate swaps, one of several types of securities known as derivatives.
Scholes of Stanford University were lauded by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences for developing a formula for pricing derivatives such as stock options.
The risks abruptly encountered by P&G, Gibson, Bankers Trust, Orange County, and Barings Bank were associated with derivatives, but any investment or asset strategy, from sophisticated interest-rate or currency swaps to fiduciary decisions affecting corporate or pension savings, or even executive incentive plans that involve insurance products, could as readily create vulnerability to shareholder lawsuits and board discomfort.
The warehouse is a centralised global infrastructure for the post-trade processing of over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives launched by The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) in November 2006.
Scope of the report: This research report categorizes the global market for propionic acid & derivatives on the basis of applications and geography, forecasting volumes, value, and analyzing trends in each of the submarkets.
a leading broker of derivatives and related securities, and CBRE Melody, the mortgage brokerage subsidiary of CB Richard Ellis Group, Inc.
When retired Microsoft executive Gregory Whitten recently coughed up $32 million in late-round financing for derivatives quantitative and modeling firm NumeriX, a flurry of attention rippled through the derivatives software world.