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Synonyms for riskiness

a state of danger involving risk


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While it is true that risks of rising interest rate as a result of higher inflation may affect stock market returns, the impact on individual stocks may not be the same because of varying levels of riskiness.
The riskiness of investing in the region has risen following the dispute between Qatar and four Arab allies.
In addition to natural resource/commodities and global shipping companies, credit managers should examine exposure and riskiness of retail customers closely.
As shown by Stiglitz and Weiss (American Economic Review, 1981), the opacity of credit presents lenders with an adverse selection problem, the riskiness of loan applicants is not independent of the posted loan rate.
The researchers looked at national drug surveys from 2004 to 2013 and analyzed responses - studying attitudes on marijuana riskiness, accessibility and social acceptability - from hundreds of thousands of people between the ages of 12 and 25.
The riskiness and uncertainty of this allusion, evoking both wisdom and slipperiness, changeability and lack of constancy, are a large part of its appeal for this deeply ambiguous text.
BAGHDAD / NINA / Yezidi leading figure, former MP Sheriff Selman said "the atmosphere of the relationship with Turkey did not reach riskiness and it is moving towards a truce.
When asked to rank various payment types in terms of riskiness, the 322 banks and credit unions participating in the study placed mobile deposits fairly high, just after debit and credit cards.
When asked to rank various payment types in terms of riskiness, the 255 bank and 67 credit union participants placed mobile deposits fairly high on their lists, just after debit and credit cards.
There may be some misunderstanding of what is really required to meet the fiduciary standard, which involves establishing a process [for evaluating] for the riskiness and suitability of investments for clients and risk profiles for clients," said Philip Wilson, CEO and founder of AdvisoryWorld, in an interview with ThinkAdvisor.
They were perceived a having exacerbated, if not caused, the crash because of erroneous judgments they made about the riskiness of complex financial instruments such as 'collatoralised debt obligations'.
CU was made available to lenders earlier this year as a means for them to gauge the riskiness of various appraisals they receive for loans they are underwriting.
The Bank of England (BoE) has proposed changes to the framework for the leverage ratio - a measure of equity as a percentage of assets, without adjusting for riskiness.
Summary: The riskiness of the over-the-counter derivatives market helped contribute to the financial crisis of 2008, but a new rule proposed by federal regulators on Sept.
When compared to competing global markets, the relative riskiness of the UAE market is demonstrated by its high standard deviation of 997 for Dubai and 741 for Abu Dhabi, based on five-year daily price data as of May 15, 2014.