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Alliance bank to Banded
Bandwagon bias to CBD COP 15
CBE to Cashflow
Cashflow statement to Continental Free Trade Area
Contingency plan to DPS
DPT to Dovish
Dow to Etailer
Etailing to Fallen angel
Falling yield curve to G-10
G-20 to Hope
Horizontal integration to Inside information
Insider dealing to LTM
LTRO to Main refinancing operations
Mainland China to NWC
NYFR to Option writer
Options to Pfandbrief
PhD to Quotation/Quote
Quoted to Reverse leg
Reverse murabaha to Self administered pension scheme
Self management and accountability to Structured deposit
Structured finance to Time letter of credit
Time of supply to Valuation inputs
Value to €STR

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Double dip

1. Economics.

A double dip recession is a period of declining gross domestic product, followed by a brief recovery and then a further period of decline.


2. Tax.

Double dip referred to historical aggressive tax planning structures under which two tax deductions were claimed for essentially the same expenditure. For example in relation to certain cross border leasing arrangements.


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