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Financial terms starting with "Z"

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1. Zaibatsu

2. Zombie Bank

3. Zero-Rated

4. Zero-Volatility Spread - Z-spread

5. Zvi Griliches

6. Zealous Witness

7. Zero Coupon Inflation Swap

8. Zoning Ordinances

9. zone of support

10. zoning ordinance

11. zone system

12. zig zag

13. Zero Payout Rate

14. zinc yellow

15. Zones

16. Zacks Investment Research

17. Zero Cost Strategy

18. Zero-one integer programming

19. Z-list

20. zero

21. ZA

22. Zabara

23. Zero-Coupon Certificate Of Deposit (CD)

24. ZEW Economic Sentiment

25. Zero-Based Budgeting - ZBB

26. Zero-confirmation transaction

27. Z-Test

28. Zero-Dividend Preferred Stock

29. zero interest rate policy

30. zip strip

31. Zero-Percent Certificate of Indebtedness or Zero-Percent C of I

32. Z-tranche

33. Zero-coupon bond

34. Zero-beta portfolio

35. Zero Based Budget (ZBB)

36. zone condemnation

37. zero line

38. zonal cavity lighting

39. ZAR

40. zip cord

41. zero downtick

42. z bar

43. Zero Balance Account

44. Zero Population Growth (ZPG)

45. ZM

46. zero capital gains rate

47. Zombie Debt

48. Zero Tillage

49. Zero Percent Financing

50. Zero Coupon

51. zero-floor limit

52. zone

53. zoning map

54. zero curve

55. Zone Of Possible Agreement

56. Zacks Estimate System

57. zero-coupon mortgage

58. zoning board of appeals

59. Zero-coupon convertible security

60. Zero-investment portfolio

61. Zero sum

62. Zoning

63. Zero-Proof Bookkeeping

64. Zero-plus tick

65. Zambian Kwacha

66. zero rate loan

67. zone rating

68. zone valve

69. Zero-Rated Goods

70. zero lot line

71. zinc

72. Zero-base budgeting (ZBB)

73. zone of transition

74. Zero Balance Account - ZBA

75. Z bond

76. Zero Tape

77. zero-gap condition

78. Zone Skipping

79. Z

80. Zero-Sum Game

81. Z-Score

82. zero-bound interest rate

83. zonolite

84. Zero-bracket amount

85. Zimbabwe Dollar

86. ZMK

87. zoning estoppel

88. Zero-Lot-Line House

89. z-certificate

90. zero-coupon convertible

91. Zero uptick

92. ZBA

93. Zeta Model

94. zeta

95. zone switching

96. zombie

97. Zacks Lifecycle Indexes

98. Zomma

99. zero-beta asset

100. ZW

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Fill Or Kill Order (FOK)

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Has various definitions. 1) On some exchanges, a market or limited price order that is to be executed in its entirety as soon as it is represented in the trading crowd, and, if not so executed, is to be treated as canceled. In this context, no partial fills are accepted, and the FOK order is treated as an IOC, Aon order. 2) On other exchanges, a market or limit order that is to be executed by filling the number of shares made available by the first bid or offer, and then canceling any unfilled balance. In this context, a FOK order is treated as an instruction to fill what can be filled by hitting the first bid or offer, and cancel the rest. In this case partial fills are possible, and the FOK order is treated as an IOC, Any Part order. Because of the prevalence of interlisted stocks, the ability of a broker’s trading desk to direct trades to one exchange or another, and the different interpretations the order can have depending on which exchange the order is routed to, use of this type or order is discouraged. Instead, either an IOC AON, or an IOC Any Part, order will get the desired result regardless of the exchange.

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