Translation of arbitrage in Spanish:

arbitrage

arbitraje, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɑːbɪtrɪdʒ//ˈɑrbəˌtrɑʒ//ˌɑːbɪˈtrɑːʒ/

noun

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    arbitraje masculine
    • It is entirely legitimate for companies to go to the grey market to exploit this arbitrage opportunity - so long as the transactions take place entirely within the EU.
    • Other tactics involve deep leveraging, programme trading, swaps, arbitrage and derivatives that retail investors find difficult to master.
    • This price differential offered the Patels an opportunity to profit through arbitrage.
    • The exploitation of such price differentials by the purchase of a derivative on one market and the sale of the same derivative on the other market is known as arbitrage.
    • He goes on to reason that, ‘Interest rate sensitive derivatives and interest rate arbitrage plays are putting pressure on the continuity of the banking system.’
    • Any value difference should generate arbitrage profits and the elimination of the divergence.
    • With deals at an eight-year low, the fund's managers could not find enough arbitrage opportunities.
    • But, because observable price inefficiencies tend to be quite small, pure arbitrage requires large, usually leveraged investments and high turnover.
    • Attracted by the opportunity for arbitrage with the stock market, hedge funds have also been big buyers of convertible bonds.
    • Professionals who engage in arbitrage are known as arbitrageurs.
    • Here we look at the concept of arbitrage, how market makers utilize ‘true arbitrage,’ and, finally, how retail investors can take advantage of arbitrage opportunities.
    • The arbitrageur does this, of course, to make a profit but the effect of arbitrage is to equalize prices or interest rates between markets, provided there is completely free movement of capital.
    • Only those who spot the change, see arbitrage opportunities, and shift capital to take advantage of information market failure.
    • Every time there is a small change in the price of the Euro against the dollar, dealers perform arbitrage transactions.
    • The banks have historically dominated this arbitrage market, mostly through their derivatives or proprietary trading desks.
    • New providers will inevitably be forced to share in the miasma of regulations and taxes that provide its current arbitrage advantage.
    • An increase in Chinese interest rates will attract more hot money in search of arbitrage profits, and that would increase the domestic money supply.
    • Second, there may be opportunities for tax arbitrage.
    • While the arbitrage spreads measured using bid and ask prices are smaller than using only bid prices, the apparent arbitrage opportunities in the first year were not eliminated.
    • In the economic sector instantaneous global information pushes the trading and financial systems towards perfect information, reducing the opportunities for arbitrage.