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  • 1 Expected shortfall — (ES) is a risk measure, a concept used in finance (and more specifically in the field of financial risk measurement) to evaluate the market risk or credit risk of a portfolio. It is an alternative to value at risk that is more sensitive to the… …

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  • 2 Expected — may refer to: *Expectation *Expected value *Expected shortfall *Expected utility hypothesis *Expected return *Expected gain;See also *Unexpected …

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  • 3 Expected Time Of Completion — est un anglicisme utilisé essentiellement dans la gestion de projets pour le calcul de l effort restant pour compléter une tâche, une partie de projet ou un projet dans son ensemble. Ce document provient de « Expected time of completion ».… …

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  • 4 Expected Time of Completion (ETC) — Expected time of completion Expected Time of Completion est un anglicisme utilisé essentiellement dans la gestion de projets pour le calcul de l effort restant pour compléter une tâche, une partie de projet ou un projet dans son ensemble. Ce… …

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  • 5 expected week of childbirth — (EWC) The week, beginning with the midnight between Saturday and Sunday, in which it is expected that childbirth will occur. Related links additional maternity leave (AML) notified leave date …

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  • 6 expected loss — or expected risk The portion or component of risk or loss that is predicted by statistical analysis. American Banker Glossary …

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  • 7 expected risk — expected loss or expected risk The portion or component of risk or loss that is predicted by statistical analysis. American Banker Glossary …

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  • 8 expected — expected; un·expected; …

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  • 9 Expected Family Contribution — (or EFC) is a term used in the college financial aid process. It is the estimate of the parents and/or student s ability to contribute to post secondary education expenses. The lower the EFC, the less money a family has to contribute to a child s …

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  • 10 Expected time of completion — est un anglicisme utilisé essentiellement dans la gestion de projets pour le calcul de l effort restant pour compléter une tâche, une partie de projet ou un projet dans son ensemble. Portail des entreprises Catégorie : Gestion de pro …

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  • 11 expected value — A net present value of all the various possible outcomes at vesting or exercise of equity linked payments. Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and international legal terms. www.practicallaw.com. 2010 …

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  • 12 expected — index apparent (presumptive), customary, foreseeable, foreseen, forthcoming, future, habitual, immedia …

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  • 13 Expected utility hypothesis — In economics, game theory, and decision theory the expected utility hypothesis is a theory of utility in which betting preferences of people with regard to uncertain outcomes (gambles) are represented by a function of the payouts (whether in… …

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  • 14 Expected value — This article is about the term used in probability theory and statistics. For other uses, see Expected value (disambiguation). In probability theory, the expected value (or expectation, or mathematical expectation, or mean, or the first moment)… …

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  • 15 Expected value of perfect information — In decision theory, the expected value of perfect information (EVPI) is the price that one would be willing to pay in order to gain access to perfect information. [Douglas Hubbard How to Measure Anything: Finding the Value of Intangibles in… …

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  • 16 Expected gain — The expected gain (or expected return) is the weighted average most likely outcome in gambling, probability theory, economics or finance.Discrete scenariosIn gambling and probability theory, there is usually a discrete set of possible outcomes.… …

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  • 17 Expected value of sample information — In decision theory, the expected value of sample information (EVSI) is the price that one would be willing to pay in order to gain access to a sample from the distribution about which the prediction has to be made. For example, if one needs to… …

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  • 18 Expected commercial value — articleissues intromissing=June 2008 wikify=June 2008 confusing=June 2008 orphan=June 2008 do attempt=June 2008 unreferenced=June 2008 expert=EconomicsIt seeks to maximize the value of commercial worth of the portfolio, subject to certain budget… …

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  • 19 Expected return — The expected return is the weighted average most likely outcome in gambling, probability theory, economics or finance.Discrete scenariosIn gambling and probability theory, there is usually a discrete set of possible outcomes. In this case,… …

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  • 20 Expected Utility — An economic term summarizing the utility that an entity or aggregate economy is expected to reach under any number of circumstances. The expected utility is calculated by taking the weighted average of all possible outcomes under certain… …

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