A Z-bond is a bond representing the last tranche of a bond that relies on payments from underlying securities.

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The Z-score is a financial statistic that measures the probability of bankruptcy. 

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Z-shares are shares of mutual funds for the employees of those mutual funds.

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A Z-tranche is the last tranche of a bond that relies on payments from underlying securities.

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Also called the continuous auction method, the Zaraba method is a method of trading securities.

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A zero-balance account (or ZBA) is a business-oriented bank account that usually has a balance of $0.

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A zero-beta portfolio is a portfolio built with zero systematic risk.

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A zero cost collar is a short-term option trading strategy that offsets the volatility risk by purchasing a cap and a floor for the price of a derivative.

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Also called a zero minus tick, a zero downtick is a trade that occurs at the same price as the trade preceding it but lower than the last trade at a different price. A zero downtick is the opposite of

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A zero-layoff policy is a company policy that prohibits laying off employees.

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Also called a zero downtick, a zero minus tick is a trade that occurs at the same price as the trade preceding it but lower than the last trade at a different price. A zero minus tick is the opposite

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Also called a zero uptick, a zero plus tick is a trade that occurs at the same price as the trade preceding it but higher than the last trade at a different price. A zero plus tick is the opposite of

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A zero-balance account (or "ZBA") is a business-oriented bank account that usually has a balance of $0.

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Zero-based budgeting is a budgeting method that involves starting with $0 and adding only enough money in the budget to cover expected costs.

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Zero-bound is a scenario in which the Federal Reserve lowers interest rates to zero or near zero. Traders sometimes also use the term to describe stocks that seem to be quickly losing value.

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A zero-coupon bond is a bond that makes no periodic interest payments and is sold at a deep discount from face value. The buyer of the bond receives a return by the gradual appreciation of the securit

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A zero-lot-line house is a house whose structure goes right up the edge of the property line.

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Zero-rated goods are goods that aren't subject to value-added (VAT) tax.

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In finance, a zero-sum game refers to trades or investments in which one investor gains when another investor loses.

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The ZEW Economic Sentiment is a monthly survey of economic sentiment in Germany. (The acronym stands for Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung GmbH, or Centre for European Economic Research.)

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A zombie bank is a bank with liabilities that exceed its assets (in other words, it has a net worth of zero). They do not die (hence the nickname) because they receive government support or bailouts.

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A zombie company is a firm that continues to operate even though its liabilities exceed its assets (in other words, it has a net worth of zero).

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Zombie debt is debt that won't die.  

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Zoning is a method of determining how people can use land and buildings within a certain area.

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A zoning ordinance is a rule regarding how people can use land and buildings within a certain area.

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