arbitrager

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someone who engages in arbitrage (who purchases securities in one market for immediate resale in another in the hope of profiting from the price differential)

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Although this paper concludes that the domestic spot exchange rates and domestic interest rates are the most important determinants throughout the life cycle of pure arbitrage conditions, arbitragers should pay attention to the limitation of time lags on the accuracy of predicting when those pure arbitrage conditions may occur or end.
So if the Fed hoped to lower long-term rates by buying long-term securities without somehow lowering investors' expectations about future interest rates, arbitragers would simply do the opposite --that is, buy short-term securities and sell long-term securities--and the yield curve would not change.
But there are the rational arbitragers who offset the market and trade against them.
The Wall Street Journal last week reported the despair and frustration felt by arbitragers and hedge funds when megadeals like Fox-Time Warner or Sprint and T-Mobile were abandoned.
When these gaps occur, arbitragers buy the cheaper one and sell
The difference is that in developed markets the profit margins are wiped out by the actions of the arbitragers themselves.
After seeing record volumes this year, the Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange expects to more than double its trading volume in gold futures contracts next year, reflecting growing demand from retail investors and arbitragers, a senior executive said yesterday.
As explored below, the ubiquity of these archetypes can be seen in the way in which arbitragers both rely on racialization and seek to evade it through cosmopolitan networking.
But, because China's exchange rate and interest rates are inflexible, the CNH-CNY spread persists, and arbitragers are able to reap fat profits at the economy's expense.
Other cases began to make their way to the courts to challenge the bourgeoning number of squatters, prospectors, arbitragers, and experimenters steadily advancing on the vast amount of unclaimed territory often referred to as Cyberia.
Kirzner and others sometimes justify this maneuver by writing as though Kirzner's context is that of some narrow economic model in which multiple arbitragers move the market toward equilibrium.
Arbitragers are finding that they can buy the product from the refineries on the Gulf Coast and have it delivered by train to Chicago in five days.
For example, if the FX basis is greater than zero, arbitragers could borrow dollars unsecured at a relatively low interest rate and then lend the dollars through an FX swap at a relatively higher implied interest rate.
If markets were fully integrated then MNEs would be obliged to charge the same price for the same product in every country, because if they did not then arbitragers would buy up their product in the cheaper markets and export it to the more expensive ones.
Furthermore, for SV funds to seek such yields will require that they be offered only through vehicles such as defined contribution programs, which cater to investors willing to be patient, while eschewing day traders and interest arbitragers.