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Financial terms in "Global"

1. Tokyo International Financial Futures Exchange

2. Euro straight

3. country basket

4. customs

5. import

6. American Depositary Receipt

7. Global Financial Centres Index

8. country diversification

9. foreign exchange rate

10. macro risk

11. eximbank

12. offshore investment

13. Capital Flight

14. international trade


16. Toronto Stock Exchange

17. alien corporation

18. NASD Form Fr-1

19. Nikkei Stock Average

20. Saitori

21. global

22. dollar terms

23. LIBOR curve

24. European Currency Unit

25. Markets in Financial Instruments Directive

26. cross border

27. HSBC

28. chaebol

29. capital movements

30. asian dollar market

31. Forex


33. depositary receipt

34. Euromarket

35. The Global Dow

36. System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval

37. foreign bill

38. global bond

39. nostro account

40. developed markets

41. local currency

42. back-to-back loans

43. multinational

44. Eurodollar

45. domestic bond

46. portfolio investment

47. North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA)

48. Hague Securities Convention

49. China Investment Corporation (CIC)

50. ISIN

51. Qualified Institutional Placement (QIP)

52. Registered Retirement Savings Plan

53. dollar shortage

54. reciprocal of European terms

55. Tokyo Stock Price Index

56. International Monetary Fund

57. customs value

58. Euroequity issues

59. flight of capital

60. concession agreement

61. offshore company

62. European Central Bank

63. Copenhagen InterBank Offered Rates

64. Buba

65. Keiretsu

66. paper gold

67. Bretton Woods agreement

68. Gold Pool


70. European terms

71. American depositary receipt (ADR) fees

72. grid

73. Brady bond

74. Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries

75. political risk

76. free trade agreement

77. z-certificate

78. capital export

79. Merchant Bank

80. currency internationalization

81. Bolsa

82. Clearstream

83. FTSE

84. cross-border outstanding

85. supranational

86. Eurocurrency

87. Export-Import Bank

88. Eurodollar bond

89. International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO)

90. Krugerrand

91. international stock

92. unsponsored ADR

93. tiger economy

94. dollar bond

95. cable

96. Canadian rollover mortgage

97. domestic

98. trade bloc

99. Euro medium term note

100. European Union

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Portable Benefits

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Benefits or accumulated assets that you can take with you when you leave your employer or switch jobs are described as portable. For instance, if you contribute to a 401(k), 403(b), 457, or other defined contribution plan at your current job, you can roll over your assets to an individual retirement account (IRA) or to a new employer's plan if the plan accepts rollovers.In contrast, credits accumulated toward benefits from a pension - otherwise known as a defined benefit plan - usually aren't portable.Insurance benefits under an employer-sponsored group health plan may also be portable as the result of The health insurance portability and accountability act (HIPAA). If you have had group coverage and move to a new employer who offers health insurance, your new group health plan can't impose exclusions for preexisting conditions.HIPAA may also give you a right to purchase individual coverage if you are not eligible for group health plan coverage and have exhausted the 18-month extension of your previous coverage under the Consolidated Omnibus Budget reconciliation Act (COBRA) or similar coverage.Other job benefits, such as health savings accounts (HSAs), are also be portable, but flexible spending plans (FSAs) are not.

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