Four of them even agreed to new regulations requiring increased disclosure, especially of derivatives.
JPM Chase holds nearly $70 trillion of derivatives exposure on $1.8 trillion of assets.
Gape at the chart that shows the chilling growth in derivatives, just one flavor of “structured product.”
As it turned out, the fact that the derivatives had spread the risks throughout the system only worsened things.
The derivatives markets, he insisted, “serve a social purpose,” and market-making is “crucial to the American capital system.”
This and the following are put as derivatives from the Herakleitean theory (p. 411 D-E).
The derivatives of sericum stand for another material, serge.
About 1832 he began his investigations into the constitution of ether and alcohol and their derivatives.
The loss would be a small one if we were to lose this word and its derivatives.
derivatives in an, and ag should form their genitive according to the general Rule, ain, aig; and in pronunciation they do so.
derivative de·riv·a·tive (dĭ-rĭv'ə-tĭv)
Something obtained or produced by modification of something else.
A chemical compound that may be produced from another compound of similar structure in one or more steps.
In calculus, the slope of the tangent line to a curve at a particular point on the curve. Since a curve represents a function, its derivative can also be thought of as the rate of change of the corresponding function at the given point. Derivatives are computed using differentiation.