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Financial terms starting with "E"

1. Enterprise Eurostat

2. Earnings At Risk

3. estimating

4. Exchange privilege

5. Economically Significant Prices

6. Erlang

7. Economic cycle

8. Egress

9. EFT

10. emerging market fund

11. eligible

12. Everest option

13. Ex Post Facto

14. Equity cap

15. Enterprise Application Integration

16. E-Lance

17. Economies Of Scale

18. E/EV

19. Equity REIT

20. Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM)

21. Economic and Social Stabilization Fund

22. Ex Works

23. Exhaustive

24. EBITDA Multiple

25. equilibrium quantity

26. external account

27. expiration notice

28. Exempt securities

29. estimated long term return

30. Electronic data interchange (EDI)

31. Employer

32. earthquake coverage

33. Empirical

34. Effective sale

35. Explicit tax

36. Electronic Product Code

37. EV/2P Ratio

38. elastic demand

39. Economically Active Population

40. embezzle

41. escrow statement

42. expansion coefficient

43. Environmental Labelling

44. equity-capital ratio

45. ETE System

46. expected return

47. Equity Linked Derivatives

48. Ecosystem Services

49. European Covered Bond Council (ECBC)

50. Environmental Protection Input Output Table

51. Earnings Before Interest After Taxes - EBIAT

52. estimated closing costs

53. Equity fund

54. evade


56. excess ad damnum letter

57. earnings-related pension

58. express mail mailing label

59. Endorsement (Indorsement)

60. ERM II

61. Equal Probability Rebalancing

62. et con

63. EDC

64. Equipment trust certificates

65. electrical drawings

66. ex-medical coverage

67. expletive

68. Expected rate of inflation

69. Edge Act corporation

70. Economically Active Persons

71. Experian

72. extra premium removal

73. exempt

74. electronic data liability

75. Equivalent annual annuity

76. Earth Summit

77. Epidemiology

78. Environmental Protection Capital Stock

79. extender clause

80. economy brick

81. Evapotranspiration

82. expense constant

83. Environmental Economic Profiles


85. Embezzler

86. end molding

87. Expenditure Taxes

88. Effective Annual Rate

89. Espousal

90. economic contraction

91. Estate planning

92. European Monetary Institute (EMI)

93. Earnings response coefficient

94. Employment Related Income

95. Economic Unit

96. Early Retirement For Labour Market Reasons

97. ECCI

98. Evaluation Agreement

99. Environmentally Beneficial Activities

100. exemplary damages

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Homeowner's Insurance

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homeowners insurance is a contract between an insurance company and a homeowner to cover certain types of damage to the property and its contents, theft of personal possessions, and liability in case of lawsuits based on incidents or events that occur on the property. To obtain the insurance, which is based on the value of the home and what is covered in the policy, you pay a premium set by the insurance company. For each claim there's generally a deductible - a dollar amount - that you must pay before the insurer is responsible for its share. If you have a mortgage loan, your lender will require you to have enough homeowner's insurance to cover the amount you owe on the loan. Homeowner insurance policies vary substantially from contract to contract and from insurer to insurer as well as from region to region. Almost all policies have exclusions, which are causes of loss that are not covered. All of the coverage and exclusions of a particular policy are spelled out in the terms and conditions.

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