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a kind of hedged investment meant to capture slight differences in price

practice arbitrage, as in the stock market

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* Options arbitrage -- This means identifying mispriced options and then constructing market-neutral positions with related options to extract profits from the mispricing.
* Merger arbitrage -- This is where you arbitrage various securities of companies that are involved in mergers and acquisitions.
Over the last few years, the market's started to lean much more to the arbitrage strategies.
To the best of our knowledge this is the first paper to explore the efficiency of said market through exploiting odds arbitrage (see below).
Such a betting environment implies that arbitrage opportunities can develop quickly when bookmakers offer slightly different odds.
The fourth section focuses on the implementation of a practical betting strategy, and we show through empirical analysis that arbitrage opportunities are indeed exploitable in the Super Rugby betting market.
Pure arbitrage aims at achieving profits as much "risk-free" and "frictionless" as possible; therefore its application effectiveness depends on some important market conditions, such as the similarity in economic risk environments across involved countries, and the low level of restrictions in currencyand credit markets.
Under the covered interest rate parity (CIRP), the relationship between interest rates and the spot and forward currency values of two countries are in equilibrium, with virtually no pure arbitrage opportunities (Madura, 2007).
Most of the existing empirical evidence is consistent with the CIRP theorem after adjusting for transaction cost, showing no identifiable profiting opportunities in the covered interest arbitrage (Frenkel and Levich, 1975, 1977; Callier, 1981; Levi, 1992).
This question is difficult precisely because international tax arbitrage arises as a result of the conflict between the tax laws of one jurisdiction with those of another jurisdiction.
In light of the conflicting policy choices implicit in international tax arbitrage, countries have an incentive not to cooperate to resolve the issue under the current international tax regime.
Any unilateral response to international tax arbitrage necessarily requires consideration of not only the international tax arbitrage itself, but also the policy choices underlying the law that led to the conflict in the first place.
The investor is buying future returns from the mortgage payments in advance, thus creating a spread between present and future value and an arbitrage.
The arbitrage is the transfer right-fungibles and exchangeability of a transparent privilege.
Arbitrage exists when there is an anticipation of market movement in or the repositioning and asymmetry in information about an asset such as property, legal entitlements, stocks, bonds or transferable organization or reputation assets broader market.