Japan may lose pole position in global stocks
LONDON (Reuters) - Japan may lose this year's top billing on global stock markets as a boost from a weakening yen is likely to wane in a country where exports make up less than a seventh of total economic output. The correlation between a falling ...
The incident raises questions about the bank's management and risk policies at time when it is trying to rebuild its operations and bolster its flagging client base. In an internal memo, UBS said the unauthorized trading could drag down earnings in the third quarter, adding that "no client positions" were involved in the "unauthorized trades."
WASHINGTON — An overhaul of the nation’s financial regulatory system, reached after an all-night Congressional horse-trading session, will vastly expand the authority of the federal government over Wall Street in a bid to curb the free-wheeling culture that led to the near collapse of the world economy in 2008.
By YUKA HAYASHI TOKYO—After failing to gain support from his largest rival within the ruling party, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda is shifting gears to start horse trading with opposition parties to pass legislation to hike the nation's sales ...
www.answers.com › ... › Land Mammals › Horses › Care of HorsesI dont have a horse in this race means that you don't have vested interest in the competition--that is, you don't stand to gain or lose anything by.
Negotiation characterized by hard bargaining and shrewd exchange: political horse-trading.
horsetrade horse trade n.
horsetrade horse'-trade' v.
horsetrader horse trader n.
12 《金融》ポジション, 持ち高
long ［short］ position
- A commitment to buy or sell a given amount of securities or commodities.
- The amount of securities or commodities held by a person, firm, or institution.
- The ownership status of a person's or institution's investments.
Vettel takes pole position in Japan
(CNN) -- Sebastian Vettel will begin the Japanese Grand Prix in pole position after the Red Bull driver produced the fastest lap in an action-packed ...
Meaning #1: the most favorable position at the start of a race
The term "pole position" comes from the horse racing term where the number one starter starts on the inside next to the inside pole.
The term made its way, along with several other customs, to auto racing. In circuit motorsport, a driver has pole position when he or she starts a race at the front of the grid. Grid position is usually determined by a separate qualifying session where drivers try to set the fastest lap, or based on their position in the previous race(s).