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“That it is possible for investors to escape not just firm-specific risk, but also market risk, so that there will not be any risk to private-accounters from a stock market crash.”
“When asked about New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman 's investigation into banks' packaging mortgage loans into securities, Mr. Gorman said he believes further probes would be "very firm-specific.”
“In your experience, did Argentina take actions in the early days of exporting to ensure minimum quality and/or styles for exported wines? or was it more firm-specific rather than at the industry level?”
“Volatility is precipitated when investors react to macroeconomic, industry or firm-specific shocks.”
“Clayton then went on to explain how three current and former Clayton executives "advised against the [crisis] Commission's reliance" on the firm-specific data Clayton provided.”
“-- Such industry and firm-specific bailouts exist in a gray area in regard to the WTO Agreement on Subsidy and Countervailing Measures (SCM Agreement).”
“Put differently, firm-specific forces determine which businesses achieve rapid productivity growth or declines.”
“Clayton then went on to explain how three current and former Clayton executives "advised against the crisis Commission's reliance" on the firm-specific data Clayton provided.”
“Companies like these kinds of contracts, which are agreed to privately between firms, because they allow them to tailor a hedge perfectly against a firm-specific risk for a certain time period.”
“Those with the biggest undiversifiable investment in the firmand thus the greatest exposure to firm-specific risksare not shareholders but core workers.”
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