locked-in

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
kilitli-in
lock in
kenetlenme
lock in
içeri kilitlemek
lock in
kapamak
lock in
kapatmak
lock in
hapsetmek
lock in
(Ekonomi) Çıkmaza girmek
lock in
üzerine kapıyı kilitlemek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A hedged position that cannot be lifted without offsetting both sides of the hedge (spread) See Hedging Also refers to being caught in a limit price move
When used in reference to contributions, locked-in means that, in accordance with the provisions of the Pension Benefits Act, certain contributions required to be made by the member and the employer cannot be withdrawn as a lump-sum payment Contributions to this Pension Plan are locked-in if
Refers to pension plan funds that cannot be paid in cash The funds must be used to provide a life-time pension benefit
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To secure someone or something in a locked enclosure
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To fix the value of something potentially variable

I've locked in a rate of 5%.

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A sleepover party in a public place, such as a church

The youth group will have their annual lock-in this weekend.

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The interest rate and fees have been agreed upon by both the lender and the borrower
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A specific guaranteed interest rate provided the loan is closed within a designated period of time
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Allows the borrower to be assured a given rate of interest for a mortgage This usually involves paying a fee to the lender Mortgage rates not "locked in" are subject to changing market conditions
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A period of time during which a potential borrower and a lender have agreed to a specific interest rate M Maintenance Fee A monthly assessment paid by members of a homeowners' association for repair and maintenance of common areas
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A guarantee the lender will extend the buyer a certain interest rate for a stated period of time
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A period of time during which a potential borrower and a lender have agreed to a specific interest rate
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Used in the context of general equities Assures that an individual contracts all his or her business with a sole broker by providing superior services, such as accommodating block buy and sell needs or preparing excellent research (soft dollar lock) This usually guarantees a certain volume of business
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close with or as if with a tight seal; "This vacuum pack locks in the flavor!"
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close with or as if with a tight seal; "This vacuum pack locks in the flavor!
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Guarantee of a given interest rate Generally most locks are from 30 to 45 days If you lock your rate, you are protected from a spike in the interest rates Under some conditions, if you lock and the rates drop, the better rate can be obtained
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Prior to closing, allows the borrower to be assured a given rate of interest for a mortgage This usually involves paying a fee to the lender Mortgage rates not "locked in" are subject to changing market conditions
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place in a place where something cannot be removed or someone cannot escape; "The parents locked her daughter up for the weekend"; "She locked her jewels in the safe"
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If you lock someone in, you put them in a room and lock the door so that they cannot get out. Manda cried out that Mr Hoelt had no right to lock her in
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Shares which cannot yet to be sold at a profit because 80CC tax benefits were claimed which makes it mandatory to hold such shares for three full years, or because booking profit will attract a large amount of tax (for selling shares within a year of acquiring them full tax in the income slab has to be paid) Locked in shares are often devalued by market cycles, i e when a bear cycle sets in, the profits disappear; but so does the feeling of helplessness of the investor
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1: Lingo used to indicate that a rate of return on an investment has been guaranteed for a specific length of time Examples of such investments are certificate of deposits (CDs) and fixed rate bonds
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Investors are said to be locked in when they have profit on a security they own but do not sell because their profit would immediately become subject to the capital gains tax
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Investors are said to be "locked in" when a security they own is trading at a higher price than they paid for, but they choose not to sell in order to avoid having their profit become subject to the capital gains tax
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A hedged position that cannot be lifted without offsetting both sides of the hedge (spread) Also refers to being caught in a limit move
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When an investor has a profit on a security owned, but does not sell because of either the absence of a market or some legal restriction on the sale of the security Also refers to an investor holding a security which has declined below the purchase price who cannot sell without incurring a loss
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Position when an investor is unable to take advantage of preferential tax treatment because of remaining time on a required holding period Also, a commodities position in which the market has a limit up or limit down day and investors are unable move in or out of the market
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