netting

  1. a net of transparent fabric with a loose open weave
  2. make as a net profit
  3. yield as a net profit
  4. construct or form a web, as if by weaving
  5. catch with a net

Netting

In general, netting means to allow a positive value and a negative value to set-off and partially or entirely cancel each other out. In the context of credit risk, there are at least three specific types of netting: Netting decreases credit exposure and reduces both operational and settlement risk and operational costs. In the context of pollution...
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Netting

• (n.) A piece of network; any fabric, made of cords, threads, wires, or the like, crossing one another with open spaces between. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Net • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Net • (n.) Urine. • (n.) The act or process of making nets or network, or of forming meshes, as for fancywork, fishing nets, etc. • (n.) A n...
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netting

1. The act or process of making nets or network, or of forming meshes, as for fancywork, fishing nets, etc. ... 2. A piece of network; any fabric, made of cords, threads, wires, or the like, crossing one another with open spaces between. ... 3. A network of ropes used for various purposes, as for holding the hammocks when not in use, also for stowi...
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netting

noun creating nets
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Netting

Net'ting noun [ From Net , noun ] 1. The act or process of making nets or network, or of forming meshes, as for fancywork, fishing nets, etc. 2. A piece of network; any fabric, made of cords, threads, wires, or the like, crossing one another with open spac...
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Netting

A concept in which all emissions sources in the same area that owned or controlled by a single company are treated as one large source, thereby allowing flexibility in controlling individual sources in order to meet a single emissions standard. (See bubble.)
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Netting

An agreed offsetting of positions or obligations by trading partners or participants. The netting reduces a large number of individual positions or obligations to a smaller number of obligations or positions, thereby reducing the overall credit, liquidity and settlement risk. Netting may take several forms that have varying degrees of legal enforce...
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netting

in textiles, ancient method of constructing open fabrics by the crossing of cords, threads, yarns, or ropes so that their intersections are knotted ... [2 related articles]
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Netting

Is a process used by institutions and clearinghouses to determine the marginal risks and demands for funds.
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Netting

Is a process used by institutions and clearinghouses to determine the marginal risks and demands for funds.
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Netting

Netting is a process the National Securities Clearing Corporation (NSCC) uses to streamline securiti
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Netting

Reducing transfers of funds between subsidiaries or separate companies to a net amount.
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Netting

Reducing transfers of funds between subsidiaries or separate companies to a net amount.
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Netting

Reducing transfers of funds between subsidiaries or separate companies to a net amount.
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Netting

System in which cross-border purchases among participating subsidiaries of the same company are netted so that each participant pays or receives only the net amount of its intracompany purchases and sales.
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Netting

Traders approved for duty deferment must also be approved to set off drawback and certain other repayments of excise duty against the duty due from them under the deferment arrangements. This set-off procedure is known as netting.
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netting

[n] - creating netting
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