asset-price discontinuities


asset-price discontinuities
asset-price discontinuities (jarg) BANK, STOCK Diskontinuitäten fpl der Vermögenspreise, Vermögenspreis-Diskontinuitäten fpl (distinct and unexpected asset-price changes may be interpreted as a leading indicator of an imminent financial crisis; a slightly euphemistic term coined by A. Greenspan; scharfe, unerwartete Diskontinuitäten der Vermögenspreise können als frühes Kennzeichen einer heraufziehenden Finanzkrise, einer 'reifenden' Vermögenspreisblase = asset-price bubble, interpretiert werden)

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