hedging

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Englisch - Türkisch
çitle çevirerek
(Ticaret) garantiye almak
(Ticaret) riskten korunma
(Ticaret) finansal riskden korunma
{f} çitle çevir
hedging
(Finans) kur riskine karşı pozisyon alma (finans)
çitle çevirme
(Ticaret) garanti
hedge
çit

Yol çitlerle sınırlanmıştır. - The path is bordered with hedges.

Kedi çitin altında süründü. - The cat crept under the hedge.

hedging exposures
(Ticaret) mali korunma riskleri
hedging exposures
(Ticaret) finansal korunma riskleri
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(Ticaret) vadeli satış usulü 
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önlem almak
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{i} önlem
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olasılı zararlara karşı tedbir
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{f} kaçamak cevaplar vermek
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(Askeri) Ağaçtan yada çalıdan oluşan çit
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aşağı
hedge
yatırım

Tom bir yatırım fonu yöneticisi. - Tom is a hedge fund manager.

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kötü
currency hedging
(Ticaret) kur sabitleme
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(İnşaat) çitişmek
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(Askeri,Ticaret) vadeli satış
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garantiye almak
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koruma
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çitle çevirmek
hedge
(Ticaret) korunma amaçlı işlem
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çit çekmek
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çalı engel
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çalı çit
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{f} çitle çevir
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çalı

Çalı budama makası ve ot biçme makinesi garajdadır. - The hedge clippers and weed whacker are in the garage.

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(against ile) koruma
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lafı dolandırmak
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doğrudan doğruya yanıt vermekten kaçınmak
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etrafına çalı dikmek, çalı ile çevirmek
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sık ağaç veya çalılardan oluşan çıt; çalı çıt
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kaçamak cevap vermek
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dolaylı konuşmak
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engelleme
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etrafını çevirmek
hedge
tedbir
hedge
kısıtlamak
hedge
çevirmek
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çit ile çevirmek
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{f} engellemek
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ihata etmek
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sınırlamak
hedge
{f} kuşatmak, sarmak, çevirmek
hedge
{f} kaçamak
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(isim) çit, engel, önlem, tedbir, engelleme, yatırım
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{i} sık ağaçlardan/çalılardan oluşan çit; çalı çit
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iki tara
Türkisch - Türkisch
Döviz piyasasındaki muhtemel kur değişikliklerinin getireceği zarardan korunabilmek için başvurulan işlem
Englisch - Englisch
{n} the act of making hedges
Taking a position in a futures market opposite to a position held in the cash market to minimize the risk of financial loss from an adverse price change; a purchase or sale of futures contract as a temporary substitute for a cash transaction that will occur later (i e , long hedge and short hedge) Hedgers use the futures markets to protect their business from adverse price changes
A strategy designed to reduce investment risk using call options, put options, short-selling, or futures contracts A hedge can help lock in profits Its purpose is to reduce the volatility of a portfolio by reducing the risk of loss
The use of financial instruments, such as futures contracts, to offset the risk in an investment portfolio, as an increase in the value of the hedging instrument will offset declines in the other assets
Taking a position in a futures market opposite to a position held in the cash market to minimize the risk of finanical loss from an adverse price change; a purchase or sale of futures as a temporary substitute for a cash transaction that will occur later
The practice of offsetting the price risk inherent in any cash market position by taking an equal but opposite position in the futures market Hedgers use the futures markets to protect their business from adverse price changes See Selling (Short) Hedge and Purchasing (Long) Hedge
Dealing in such a manner as to reduce risk by taking a position that offsets an existing or anticipated exposure to a change in market prices You are therefore attempting to lock in the profit/loss on the position at the current level
A strategy designed to reduce investment risk using call options, put options, short selling, or futures contracts A hedge can help lock in existing profits Its purpose is to reduce the volatility of a portfolio, by reducing the risk of loss
is a method of transferring price exposure to the futures contracts’ underlying cash component associated with a commercial enterprises’ business process The entity transferring that unwanted price exposure is referred to as the hedger A speculator is the entity that accepts the exposure to the price moves Speculators assume the price risk transferred by the hedgers and provide liquidity that leads to reliable price discovery in the futures market
A hedging transaction is a purchase or sale of a financial product, having as its purpose the elimination of loss arising from price fluctuations With regards to currency transactions it would protect one against fluctuations in the foreign exchange rate (see Forward Contract)
Investing in an asset to reduce the overall risk of a portfolio
The simultaneous initiation of equal and opposite positions in the cash and futures markets Hedging is employed as a form of financial protection against adverse price movement in the cash market
The purchase or sale of a derivative security (such as options or futures) in order to reduce or neutralize all or some portion of the risk of holding another security
any technique designed to reduce or eliminate financial risk; for example, taking two positions that will offset each other if prices change
A strategy employed in a futures market to reduce risk Hedging is used to reduce the risk of loss through adverse movements in interest rates, equity markets, share prices or currency rates It has become an accepted risk management tool
undertaking one investment to protect against the potential loss in another investment Options and futures are often used to hedge an investment
A strategy designed to reduce investment risk using call options, put options, short selling or futures contracts A hedge can help lock in existing profits Examples include a position in a futures market to offset the position held in a cash market, holding a security and selling that security short and a call option against a shorted stock A perfect hedge eliminates the possibility for a future gain or loss An imperfect hedge insures against a portion of the loss BACK TO TOP
The practice of offsetting the price inherent in any cash market position by taking the opposite position in the futures market Hedgers use the market to protect their businesses from adverse price changes
A strategy designed to reduce investment risk using "call" options, "put" options, "short" selling, or futures contracts A hedge can help lock in existing profits Its purpose is to reduce the potential volatility of a portfolio, by reducing the risk of loss However, many hedging strategies also surrender the chance for further gain
The purchase or sale of a derivative security (such as options or futures) in order to reduce or eliminate risk associated with undesirable price changes of another security
A strategy used to offset market risk, whereby one position protects another Traders and investors in foreign exchange hedge to protect their investment or portfolio against currency price fluctuations
The practice of offsetting the price risk inherent in any cash market position by taking the opposite position in the futures market Hedgers use the market to protect their businesses from adverse price changes
Method of reducing the risk of loss caused by price fluctuation. It consists of the purchase or sale of equal quantities of the same or very similar commodities in two different markets at approximately the same time, with the expectation that a future change in price in one market will be offset by an opposite change in the other market. For example, a grain-elevator operator may agree to buy a ton of wheat and at the same time sell a futures contract for the same quantity of wheat; when the wheat is sold, he buys back the futures contract. If the grain price has dropped, he can buy back the futures contract for less than he sold it for; his profit from doing so will be offset by his loss on the grain. Hedging is also common in the securities and foreign-exchange markets. See also stock option
an intentionally noncommittal or ambiguous statement; "when you say `maybe' you are just hedging"
A strategy intended to reduce investment risk using call options, put options, short selling or futures contracts Often refers to taking a futures position that is equal and opposite from one's position in the cash market A hedge can help lock in existing profits
Reducing the risk of a cash position in the futures instrument to offset the price movement of the cash asset A broader definition of hedging includes using futures as a temporary substitute for the cash position
present participle of hedge
hedging bill
See under Hedge
hedging bill
A hedge bill
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To construct or repair a hedge
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To avoid verbal commitment

He carefully hedged his statements with weasel words.

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A non-committal or intentionally ambiguous statement
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To offset the risk associated with
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Used attributively, with figurative indication of a person's upbringing, or professional activities, taking place by the side of the road; third-rate

He then traced them from place to place, till at last he found two of them drinking together, with a third person, at a hedge-tavern near Aldersgate.

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To enclose
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To obstruct
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Contract or arrangement reducing one's exposure to risk (for example the risk of price movements or interest rate movements)

The asset class acts as a hedge.

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To reduce one's exposure to risk
over-hedging
speculative hedging for an excessive amount
under-hedging
Hedging to an insufficient extent, such that some future risk remains
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{n} a fence made with bushes
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{v} to make a hedge, fence, inclose, shift
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{f} surround with a hedge; put up a boundary, enclose; evade, avoid; avoid making a direct answer or statement
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Something that is a hedge against something unpleasant will protect you from its effects. Gold is traditionally a hedge against inflation
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A conservative strategy used to limit investment loss by initiating a position which offsets an existing position
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minimize loss or risk; "diversify your financial portfolio to hedge price risks"; "hedge your bets"
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a fence formed by a row of closely planted shrubs or bushes
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To balance a position in the market in order to reduce risk Hedges work like insurance: a small position pays off large amounts with a slight move in the market
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a transaction that reduces the risk of an investment and the risk of loss
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If you hedge against something unpleasant or unwanted that might affect you, especially losing money, you do something which will protect you from it. You can hedge against redundancy or illness with insurance Today's clever financial instruments make it possible for firms to hedge their risks
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Contract or arrangement reducing ones exposure to risk (for example the risk of price movements or interest rate movements)
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A hedge is a row of bushes or small trees, usually along the edge of a garden, field, or road
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To surround for defense; to guard; to protect; to hem (in)
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any technique designed to reduce or eliminate financial risk; for example, taking two positions that will offset each other if prices change minimize loss or risk; "diversify your financial portfolio to hedge price risks"; "hedge your bets"
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A thicket of bushes, usually thorn bushes; especially, such a thicket planted as a fence between any two portions of land; and also any sort of shrubbery, as evergreens, planted in a line or as a fence; particularly, such a thicket planted round a field to fence it, or in rows to separate the parts of a garden
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If you hedge, you avoid answering a question or committing yourself to a particular action or decision. They hedged in answering various questions about the operation `I can't give you an answer now,' he hedged
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hinder or restrict with or as if with a hedge; "The animals were hedged in
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any technique designed to reduce or eliminate financial risk; for example, taking two positions that will offset each other if prices change
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As an example transaction by a consumer or producer of a metal designed to protect him against price fluctuations A consumer of platinum, for instance, may "hedge" against a possible price increase by buying enough metal to cover his needs in the form of a futures contract Futures markets were originally foe hedges, as opposed to speculators, by whom the market is now used predominantly
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hinder or restrict with or as if with a hedge; "The animals were hedged in"
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To stonewall; to avoid answering question
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as if by hiding in or behind a hedge; to skulk; to slink; to shirk obligations
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{i} row of bushes forming a fence or boundary; barrier, limit
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Hedgers are individuals and firms that make purchases and sales in the futures market solely for the purpose of establishing a known price level--weeks or months in advance--for something they later intend to buy or sell in the cash market (back to top)
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Reduces risk by taking a position in a future equal and opposite to an existing or anticipated cash position, or by shorting a security similar to one in which a long position has been established see also: Long Hedge, Long Position
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To shelter one's self from danger, risk, duty, responsibility, etc
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A position in the financial market that is opposite to a position in the physical market The expectation is that gains and losses from price movements will offset each other in the two markets when the position in the financial market is closed For example, a producer who owns gas now and wants to sell it at some point in the future, would first obtain a futures contract to sell gas at that future time When that time arrives, the producer sells the gas on the physical market and closes its position in the futures market with a contract to buy gas, thus completing the hedge If the price of gas rose during this time, the producer would experience a gain in the physical market and a loss on the futures market Similarly, if the price of gas fell, the producer would experience a loss on the physical market and a gain on the futures market
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An investment position or combination of positions that reduces the volatility of your portfolio value One can take an offsetting position in a related security Instruments used are varied and include forwards, futures, options, and combinations of all of them
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A sale of futures contracts to offset the ownership or purchase of the underlying cash commodity in order to protect it against adverse price moves; or, conversely, a purchase of futures contracts to offset the sale of the underlying cash commodity, again for protection against adverse price moves
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Any strategy which involves investing or speculating on a security in contrast to one’s primary objective in order to provide a degree of insurance against being wrong For example, an investor who is heavily invested in common stocks for long-term capital appreciation may consider "hedging" his investments against a downturn in the overall market by purchasing put options, selling call options, short selling or employing other strategies designed to profit from market downturns
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To surround so as to prevent escape
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enclose or bound in with or as it with a hedge or hedges; "hedge the property"
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A transaction that reduces the risk of an investment
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A conservative strategy used to limit investment loss by effecting a transaction that offsets an existing position
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To reduce the risk of a wager by making a bet against the side or chance one has bet on
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The purchase or sale of a futures contract as a temporary substitute for a cash market transaction to be made at a later date Usually it involves opposite positions in the cash market and futures market at the same time (See long hedge, short hedge )
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In purchasing, any purchase/sale transaction having the elimination of the negative aspects of price fluctuations Also, inventory-building actions taken by the purchasing organization to protect from supply constrictions
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A transcation that reduces the risk of an investment
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an asset or derivative whose market risk offsets the risk in another asset held or liability
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To use reservations and qualifications in one's speech so as to avoid committing one's self to anything definite
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To obstruct, as a road, with a barrier; to hinder from progress or success; sometimes with up and out
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If you hedge your bets, you reduce the risk of losing a lot by supporting more than one person or thing in a situation where they are opposed to each other. Hawker Siddeley tried to hedge its bets by diversifying into other fields
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avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues); "He dodged the issue"; "she skirted the problem"; "They tend to evade their responsibilities"; "he evaded the questions skillfully"
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an intentionally noncommittal or ambiguous statement; "when you say `maybe' you are just hedging"
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a fence formed by a row of closely planted shrubs or bushes an intentionally noncommittal or ambiguous statement; "when you say `maybe' you are just hedging"
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To offset investment risk in a particular security by another investment or transaction in another market A long position in a bond may be hedged with a put on those bonds
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To inclose or separate with a hedge; to fence with a thickly set line or thicket of shrubs or small trees; as, to hedge a field or garden
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A commitment or investment made with the intention of minimizing the impact of adverse movements in interest rates or securities prices and offsetting potential losses
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A securities transaction that reduces or offsets the risk on an existing investment position
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The purchase or sale of options or futures contracts as a temporary substitute for a transaction to be made at a later date Usually it involves opposite positions in the cash or futures or options market
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A strategy used to offset investment risk In investing, hedging involves the purchase of an offsetting position, such as a put option or futures contract, to guard against the risk of a market decline Often used as a defensive strategy in portfolios investing in non-U S securities to reduce the negative effects of unfavourable moves in currency exchange rates
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A transaction used as a protective manoeuvre intended to reduce the risk of loss from price fluctuations of securities
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Hedging is a strategy of reducing risk by offsetting investments with investments of opposite risk Risks must be negatively correlated in order to hedge each other; for example, an investment with high inflation risk and low immediate returns with investments with low inflation risk and high immediate returns Long hedges protect against a short-term position and short hedges protect against a long-term position Hedging is not the same as diversification, as it aims to protect against risk by counterbalancing a specific area of risk
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~ An investment made with the intention of minimizing the impact of adverse movements in interest rates or securities prices
Türkisch - Englisch
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