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  • Measure (data warehouse) — For other senses of this word, see Measure (disambiguation). In a data warehouse, a measure is a property on which calculations (e.g., sum, count, average, minimum, maximum) can be made using precomputed aggregates. Contents 1 Example 2 Use of… …   Wikipedia

  • prices — praɪs n. cost; value; worth; rate, measure v. give a cost to something, determine a price …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Risk-neutral measure — In mathematical finance, a risk neutral measure, is a prototypical case of an equivalent martingale measure. It is heavily used in the pricing of financial derivatives due to the fundamental theorem of asset pricing, which implies that in a… …   Wikipedia

  • Forward measure — A T forward measure is a pricing measure absolutely continuous with respect to a risk neutral measure but rather than using the money market as numeraire, it uses a bond with maturity T. Mathematical Definition Let D(T) = expleft( int 0^T r(u) du …   Wikipedia

  • Consumer Prices Index — (CPI) United Kingdom One of two consumer price indices used as the domestic measure of inflation in the UK (see also Retail Prices Index (RPI)). The CPI is published by the Office for National Statistics. It measures the average change from month …   Law dictionary

  • Coherent risk measure — In the field of financial economics there are a number of ways that risk can be defined; to clarify the concept theoreticians have described a number of properties that a risk measure might or might not have. A coherent risk measure is a function …   Wikipedia

  • Skyrocketing Food Prices: A Global Crisis — ▪ 2009 by Janet H. Clark       As the year 2008 got under way, upwardly spiraling food prices became of increasing concern to international organizations and relief agencies, national governments, and consumers everywhere. UN officials speculated …   Universalium

  • Oregon Ballot Measure 25 (2002) — Ballot Measure 25 of 2002 increased Oregon s minimum wage from $6.50 to $6.90 per hour and required an annual increase to compensate for inflation in future years. Inflation is measured by the consumer price index. As of 2011[update], the minimum …   Wikipedia

  • Oregon Ballot Measure 36 (1996) — Ballot Measure 36 of 1996 increased the U.S. state of Oregon s minimum wage from $4.75 to $6.50 over a three year period. The measure was approved by voters in the 5 November 1996 general election, with 769,725 votes in favor and 584,303 votes… …   Wikipedia

  • Import And Export Prices — Two indexes that monitor the prices of imports and exports in the United States. The import and export prices indexes are created by compiling the prices of goods purchased in the U.S. but produced out of country (imports) and the prices of goods …   Investment dictionary

  • Harmonized Index Of Consumer Prices - HICP — A list of the final costs paid by European consumers for the items in a basket of common goods. The Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) is produced by each European Union member state to help measure inflation and to guide the European… …   Investment dictionary

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