Workout period

Realignment period of a temporary misaligned yield relationship that sometimes occurs in fixed income markets. The New York Times Financial Glossary

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  • Workout Period — The period of time when temporary yield discrepancies between fixed income securities are adjusted. A workout period can be viewed as a sort of reset period, in which bond issuers and credit rating agencies review outstanding fixed income issues… …   Investment dictionary

  • workout period — Realignment of a temporarily misaligned yield relationship that sometimes occurs in fixed income markets. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary …   Financial and business terms

  • workout — [[t]wɜ͟ː(r)kaʊt[/t]] workouts N COUNT A workout is a period of physical exercise or training. Give your upper body a workout by using handweights. ...a 35 minute aerobic workout …   English dictionary

  • workout — noun /ˈwəːk.aʊt,ˈwɚk.aʊt/ a) An exercise session; a period of physical exercise. The following guidelines for smart weekly scheduling can simplify this piece of the planning: Swim three or four workouts each week. b) A schedule or program of… …   Wiktionary

  • Workout Market — A market maker prediction as to the trading price range that a security will occupy within a reasonable period of time. The characteristics of a workout market are seen prevalently in thin markets. Prices quoted by the market maker are subject to …   Investment dictionary

  • workout — work|out [ˈwə:kaut US ˈwə:rk ] n a period of physical exercise, especially as training for a sport ▪ a daily workout in the gym →work out at ↑work1 …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • workout — noun (C) a period of physical exercise, especially as training for a sport see also: work out work 1 …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Mel Kiper, Jr. — Kiper at the 2009 NFL Draft. Mel Kiper Jr. (pronounced /ˈkaɪpər/) (born July 25, 1960) in Baltimore, Maryland is an American football analyst for the ESPN television channel. He has served as an analyst for ESPN s annual …   Wikipedia

  • dogs up — Or The dogs are up , referring to the rubber traffic cones placed at certain distances out from the inner rail when the track is wet, muddy, soft, yielding or heavy, to prevent horses during the workout period from churning the footing along the… …   Equestrian sports dictionary

  • the dogs are up — Or simply Dogs Up , referring to the rubber traffic cones placed at certain distances out from the inner rail when the track is wet, muddy, soft, yielding or heavy, to prevent horses during the workout period from churning the footing along the… …   Equestrian sports dictionary

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