BIG BANG Definition

Bookmark and Share

BIG BANG are changes in UK stock exchange practices that took place in 1986. They permitted institutions such as banks and insurance companies to own stock exchange subsidiaries, abolished the segregation between brokers and jobbers and ended the system of fixed commissions.

Learn new Accounting Terms

LOT COSTING see BATCH COSTING.

LADDER is a form of diversification in which investments with widely varying maturities are held within an invest­ment portfolio. Spreading investments over a range of maturities reduces interest rate risk on reinvestment by averaging out interest rate cycles. This strategy assures a continuous cash flow over time with some potential sacrifice of optimum total return.

Suggest a Term

Enter Search Term

Enter a term, then click the entry you would like to view.