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share

A security representing a share in the capital of a public company. This owner assures membership rights (voting and election rights at the general meeting) and property rights (right to share in profits, share in capital growth or in the liquidation result).

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deeply concerned

Lending on the capital market. Bonds can have fixed or variable interest rates. Portions of a bond that are designed as securities and are therefore tradable are called liabilities or bonds.

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Share Market

Regular market organized according to certain customs. Someone speaks z on the basis of merchandise. B. From exchanges for securities, securities, foreign exchange, commodity exchanges or derivative instruments (futures exchanges).

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family office

An institution in which the assets (cash, securities, real estate, art, etc.) of wealthy families or wealthy private clients are taken care of in a comprehensive manner. Legal and tax related requirements are also covered. Related services are provided by many asset management banks.

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Treasury policy

In addition to monetary policy, the part of economic policy in which the state uses financial policy tools (tax increases or relief, spending policy, etc.) to stabilize the economy. An expansionary (restrictive) fiscal policy encourages (slows) economic growth and necessitates an increase (decrease) in inflation, to which the central bank responds by tightening (loosening) monetary policy (cf. rational expectations).

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GV

Apex body of AG. Extraordinary general meetings can also be called in addition to the regular annual meeting of shareholders.

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Monetary policy

Measures with which central banks control interest rates on the money market (prime interest rates) and thus the money supply of a country or currency region. The goal of most central banks, including the Swiss National Bank, is to keep prices stable (cf. inflation, deflation) and allow the economy to grow (cf. quantitative easing).

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hedge funds

Investment vehicles that are typically domiciled in offshore financial centers such as the Bahamas or the Cayman Islands without strict supervision. This allows them to work with borrowed capital (cf. leverage) and derivatives. You can bet on both rising and falling stock prices. Hedge fund managers typically put a substantial portion of their personal assets into the fund and are primarily compensated by a performance fee.

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industrialized countries

It is itself an old term for highly developed countries, where today the service sector is dominant. Industrialized countries are united in the OECD.

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inflation

appreciation or currency depreciation. The change is given as the inflation rate. This often causes central banks to adopt a restrictive monetary policy (high prime interest rate), which weighs in on stocks and bonds. Opposite: deflation, deflation.

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inflation rate

appreciation or currency depreciation. The change is given as the inflation rate. This often causes central banks to adopt a restrictive monetary policy (high prime interest rate), which weighs in on stocks and bonds. Opposite: deflation, deflation.

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PE

Share price in relation to earned or expected earnings per dividend-bearing share. The stock valuation ratio indicates how often earnings per share is included in the stock price. P/E can be used to compare different stocks within an industry.

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Economy

Often used synonymously for the state of the economy as a whole. The research emphasizes the cyclical course of economic development (upside-down, boom, recession, recession, depression). This is the reason why the term business cycle is also used in English.

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price earnings ratio

Share price in relation to earned or expected earnings per dividend-bearing share. The stock valuation ratio indicates how often earnings per share is included in the stock price. P/E can be used to compare different stocks within an industry.

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Central bank

The economic institution that is responsible for supplying the economy with money. At the same time, it must be built on the basis of monetary stability and law, full employment and suitable economic growth. In Switzerland, it is SNB.

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performance

1. Evolution of the price of a security. 2. The performance of a portfolio, usually expressed as a percentage, including distributions (reinvestment). 3. Demonstrate the investment policy of the management of the investment fund, investment company, hedge fund or pension fund with a view to the investment objective.

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risk

In financial market theory, investment risk is measured by fluctuations in earnings. Theoretically, risk and return are directly related: the higher the risk taken, the higher the return on investment should be over the long term (cf.

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raw material

Usually traded on a standardized and forward basis (CF Futures). The palette ranges from precious metals to base metals, grains and oilseeds, soft goods, meat and milk to energy.

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Swiss National Bank

The Swiss Central Bank was established in 1907. According to the National Bank Act (NBA), its mandate is to pursue a monetary policy that serves the nation’s overall interests and, in particular, to maintain price stability. It also has to contribute to the stability of the financial system. The SNB provides the money market and thus the financial system with liquidity through repo transactions, ensures the supply of cash, manages currency reserves, represents Switzerland with the IMF and the Confederation at the World Bank and is part of the Confederation. The house acts as a bank. , SNB is organized as a Special Law AG and is listed in SIX. The canton owns the majority of the shares, the rights of some private shareholders are also severely curtailed by the NBG, which owns the z. B. Limits the amount of dividend. Organs of the SNB are the eleven-strong Bankrat as a sort of board of directors, the executive three-strong board responsible for monetary policy in the form of management, general assembly and auditors.

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