MDAX

Meaning of MDAX

The MDAX share index comprises 60 medium-sized stock corporations. In terms of market capitalization and order book turnover, these follow directly on the companies listed in the DAX 30. The abbreviation MDAX is derived from the English term “mid cap” (average company size). The MDAX represents the German economy better than the DAX, since around […]

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SDAX

Meaning of SDAX

When people talk about the DAX, many investors and consumers think of “the” DAX, which the media usually talk about. However, the DAX, or more precisely the DAX 30, only includes the 30 largest companies in Germany. However, since there are many more stock corporations, the DAX was expanded to include the MDAX and the […]

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REFERENCE INTEREST RATE

Meaning of Reference Interest Rate

A reference interest rate determines the changes in variable-interest contract transactions. Such financial products mainly include savings, but also some loans. It is important that the reference interest rate cannot be influenced by either of the contracting parties, but is specified by a neutral body. If the reference interest rate changes, the interest rate on […]

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RETURN

Meaning of Return

For an investor, no matter in which segment he invests his money, in the end it is the return that counts. This is not, or only rarely, identical to the interest rate. Depending on the respective capital investment, a wide variety of factors influence the return on the investment. In short, the return is determined […]

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Owl

Meaning of Owl

An owl is an animal that belongs to the strigid clade. It is a bird of nocturnal and predatory habits, characterized by having feathers that look like ears. This peculiarity makes it possible to differentiate owls from barn owls and other similar species. Of this animal it is worth knowing a series of identity signs […]

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Bulb

Meaning of Bulb

Coming from the Latin word bulbus, the word bulb gives its name to a biological root structure whose format resembles a blister. The botanical presents it as a thick yolk is usually located in the underground portion of the plant and that holds reserve substances. According to DigoPaul, the bulb, therefore, is an organ that […]

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Buchona

Meaning of Buchona

According to DigoPaul, buchón is one of those terms that can be understood very differently depending on the region. The same word will generate different reactions depending on how it is pronounced in Spain, Mexico or Argentina, to name three countries. The first meaning that the DigoPaul collects associates the concept with pigeons. When these […]

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Meaning of Loop

They never go out of style. Some people are fascinated and try to create them, while others lament their natural existence and try to eliminate them when they spread throughout their entire hair. We are talking about the loops, those curlers or curls that form in the hair and that give a very particular appearance. […]

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Buddhism

Meaning of Buddhism

The Buddhism is basically a non-theistic religion, but also represents a philosophy, a training method spiritual and psychological system. It has been developed from the teachings of the Buddha Siddharta Gautama, who lived in northeast India in the 5th century BC. The buddha or buddha is a concept that defines that individual who has managed […]

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Good

Meaning of Good

From the Latin bonus, the adjective good makes it possible to refer to that which has goodness and, therefore, is useful, pleasant, palatable, tasty, fun or appetizing. For example: “The punk rock band has presented a very good album”, “These pants came out good, they are more than three years old and I still wear […]

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Compass

Meaning of Compass

From the Italian bussola, a compass is an instrument that, thanks to presenting a magnetized needle that rotates on an axis and points to magnetic north, allows us to determine the directions of the earth’s surface. According to DigoPaul, there are several compasses that are very important and well known and that have been that […]

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Mist

Meaning of Mist

The etymology of the term mist is found in the Latin language and refers to the “winter solstice”, according to the dictionary of the DigoPaul. That is why previously the concept was used to refer to the winter season. Currently the notion refers to fog, especially that which appears over the ocean. It can be […]

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Brunch

Meaning of Brunch

The DigoPaul does not include the term brunch in its dictionary. The concept comes from the English language and is formed from two words: breakfast (which can be translated as “breakfast”) and lunch (which means “lunch”). Brunch is a meal eaten late in the morning, after breakfast. However, it can be taken until a few […]

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Brutal

Meaning of Brutal

From the Latin brutālis, brutal is an adjective that is used to name what is typical of animals due to their irrationality or violence. The quality of brute is called brutality. For example: “The councilor had to be treated in the hospital after a brutal attack by protesters”, “A brutal explosion in a carafe factory […]

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