Rollover

A rollover is a type of vehicle accident in which a vehicle tips over onto its side or roof. == Dynamics == Vehicle rollovers are divided into two categories: tripped and untripped. Tripped rollovers are caused by forces from an external object, such as a curb or a collision with another vehicle. Untripped crashes are the result of steering input,...
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Rollover

The ignition of ceiling-level fire gases. Contrast Flashover, above.
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rollover

noun the act of changing the institution that invests your pension plan without incurring a tax penalty
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Rollover

[finance] In foreign exchange trading (FX), a rollover is the action taking place at end of day, where all open positions with value date equals SPOT, will be rolled over to the next business day. This happens since in FX trading the trader doesn`t want to actually buy the traded currencies but to continue to trade until position is closed....
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Rollover

[fire] Rollover (also known as flameover) is a stage of a structure fire when fire gases in a room or other enclosed area ignite. Since heated fire gases, the product of pyrolysis, rise to the ceiling, this is where a rollover phenomenon is most often witnessed. Visually, this may be seen as flames `rolling` across the ceiling, radiating ou...
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Rollover

[key] Rollover is the ability of a computer keyboard to correctly handle several simultaneous keystrokes. ==Normal typing== During normal typing on a conventional computer keyboard, only one key is typically being pressed by the user at any given time; each key is released before the next key is struck. However, this is not always the case....
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Rollover

[web design] Rollover refers to a button created by a web developer or web designer, found within a web page, used to provide interactivity between the user and the page itself. The term rollover in this regard originates from the visual process of `rolling the mouse cursor over the button` causing the button to react (usually visually, by ...
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Rollover

A flat switch residing in the playfield itself. A rollover is activated when the ball rolls over it.
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Rollover

Extending a futures position at maturity by re-opening the same position for a later date. See also Carrying.
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Rollover

Extending a futures position at maturity by re-opening the same position for a later date. See also Carrying.
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Rollover

If you move your assets from one investment to another, it's called a rollover. For example, if you
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Rollover

Is the transfer of a position into a different delivery month.
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Rollover

Is the transfer of a position into a different delivery month.
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Rollover

Means that a loan is periodically repriced at an agreed spread over the appropriate, currently prevailing rate. Most term loans in the Euromarket are made on a rollover basis as to current LIBOR rate.
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Rollover

Means that a loan is periodically repriced at an agreed spread over the appropriate, currently preva
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Rollover

Most term loans in the Euromarket are made on a rollover basis, which means that the loan is periodically repriced at an agreed spread over the appropriate, currently prevailing LIBO rate.
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Rollover

Rolling over is the practice where a position that is due to expire is closed and transferred into the next available contract.
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Rollover

The effect produced by changing the appearance of a graphical element when the mouse pointer moves over it.
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rollover

The extension of a loan for a further period of time, beyond that originally envisaged. A renewal of a loan for a further period within the terms originally agreed.
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Rollover

The transfer of a futures or options position from one delivery month to a later month.
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Rollover

The transferring of funds from one investment to another such as rolling over the proceeds... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/rollover.htm?id=1268&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of rollover'>more</a>
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Rollover

The type of vehicle impact in which the car or truck rolls over on its side, onto its roof, or turns over completely. The biggest cause of injury in a rollover is ejection of the occupant or any part of the occupant. Rollover is a greater risk in any sport-utility vehicle - because of its high center of gravity - than in a minivan, pickup truck or ...
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Rollover

Transferring funds from one investment to another without sustaining tax penalties. For example: a 401(k) fund can be rolled over into an IRA account without penalty. Additionally, funds from the sale of a home can be rolled over toward the purchase of a new home without being subjected to capital gains tax
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