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  • noun Plural form of redemption.

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Examples

  • "Against the backdrop of a general lack of confidence with mounting uncertainty about economic prospects, high budget deficits and growing concerns about sovereign risk, OECD debt managers are facing unprecedented funding challenges in meeting higher than anticipated, strong borrowing needs, including a strong increase in longer-term redemptions in 2012," the OECD said.

    OECD Points to Mixed Slowdowns

  • Long-term redemptions (22.4) (41.0) (45%) (92.3) (131.3) (30%)

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • You’ve seen tremendous amounts of what are called redemptions out of mutual funds, where people sell their mutual funds and go to cash, said Sica.

    Investor Fears Deepen as US Stock Market Swings

  • You’ve seen tremendous amounts of what are called redemptions out of mutual funds, where people sell their mutual funds and go to cash, said Sica.

    Investor Fears Deepen as US Stock Market Swings

  • So-called redemptions-in-kind deals, where exiting investors get a fund's securities instead of cash, are rare.

    For Redemptions, 'In-Kind'-ness Counts

  • Oswald Gruebel called redemptions "the sore point" in the turnaround of UBS, which amassed more losses in the credit crisis than any other European financial institution.

    Bloomberg

  • Oswald Gruebel called redemptions "the sore point" in the turnaround of UBS, which amassed more losses in the credit crisis than any other European financial institution.

    Bloomberg

  • Oswald Gruebel called redemptions "the sore point" in the turnaround of UBS, which amassed more losses in the credit crisis than any other European financial institution.

    Bloomberg

  • Oswald Gruebel called redemptions "the sore point" in the turnaround of UBS, which amassed more losses in the credit crisis than any other European financial institution.

    Bloomberg

  • Here we have the beginning of the so-called "redemptions" which soon passed into general usage.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability

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