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LPLimited Partnership (legal business entity)
LPLong Playing (record)
LPLiquid Propane
LPLinear Programming
LPLimited Partner (IRB)
LPLatin Percussion (maker of various percussion instruments)
LPLinear Program
LPLes Paul (type of guitar)
LPLong Play(ing)
LPLincoln Park (various locations)
LPLouisiana-Pacific
LPLoop
LPLine Printer
LPLet's Play (gaming)
LPLinkin Park (band)
LPLow Power
LPLow Profile
LPLicense Plate
LPLow Pressure
LPLow-Pass (filter, amplifier)
LPLesson Plan
LPList Price
LPLiberal Party
LPLonely Planet (travel guides)
LPLow Pass (Filter)
LPLinear Prediction
LPLoss Prevention
LPLogin/Password
LPLibertarian Party
LPLaser Printer
LPLogic Programming (computing)
LPLong Period
LPLaughing Place (Disney)
LPLarge Print (visual impairment)
LPLicensed Practical (nurse; US HRSA)
LPListening Post
LPLeadership Program
LPLandplane
LPLumbar Puncture
LPLiquefied Petroleum
LPLycée Professionnel (French: Professional School)
LPLipoprotein
LPLaunch Pad (various organizations)
LPLabour Party
LPLegal Problems
LPLegislative Process
LPLife Points (Yu-Gi-Oh! game)
LPLight Peak
LPLightning Protection
LPLow Point
LPLayout Plan (urban development)
LPLan Peru (Peruvian Airlines, IATA airline code)
LPLemon Party
LPLicensed Producer (marijuana; Canada)
LPLow Priority
LPLimited Production
LPLa Pampa (Argentina province, airline code)
LPLanding Point
LPLicensed Psychologist
LPLamp Post
LPLegislative Proposal
LPLocal Park
LPLight Pole
LPLink Popularity (website links)
LPLife Partner
LPLichen Planus (skin disease)
LPLast Paid
LPLoan Prospector
LPLacrimas Profundere (German band)
LPLost Prophets (band)
LPLow Paying
LPLogical Partition (IBM AIX)
LPLongitudinale Posteriore (Italian: Longitudinal Posterior; Lamborghini)
LPLife Policy (insurance)
LPLicorice Pizza (record)
LPLimited Product
LPLis Pendens (Latin: pending lawsuit)
LPLangspielplatte (German: Long Playing Record)
LPLiability Policy
LPLower Peninsula (of Michigan)
LPLow Permeation (fuel)
LPLocal Primary
LPLog Periodic
LPLicensed Paralegal (law)
LPLao Po (Chinese: Wife)
LPLangmuir Probe
LPLinearly Polarized (EIA-440-A)
LPLa Previa (TV show)
LPLine Pair (philately)
LPLaxmikant Pyarelal (Inidan film music producers)
LPLoss of Pay
LPLogical Process
LPLas Plumas (California)
LPLatent Period
LPLong Pointer (32-bit memory address in a 16-bit operating system)
LPLine Processor
LPLa Pucelle (PS2 game)
LPLicensed Practitioner
LPLearning Page (educational resources website company)
LPLiquidity Premium
LPLegge Provinciale (Italian: Provincial Law)
LPLiquid Propellant
LPLife Profile
LPLoad Package
LPLinear Polarizer
LPLesbian Pornography
LPLuff Perpendicular (sailing measurement)
LPLighting Panel
LPLyceum of the Philippines
LPLocal Purchase (Stores 100 code)
LPLinear Polarized
LPLocal Processor
LPLeaf Protein
LPLicensed Paramedic
LPLaser Prostatectomy
LPLaunch Position
LPLimited Procurement
LPLorimar Productions
LPLinking Protection
LPLincolnshire Police (UK)
LPLight Patrol
LPLiquid Penetration (metal test to show stress cracks and surface faults)
LPLeadership Points (gaming)
LPLarge Processor
LPLab Prototype
LPLower Order Path
LPLatinos Progresando (not-for-profit organization assisting with immigration related issues)
LPLockout of Protection
LPLex Persona
LPLine Patterning
LPLazer Park (New York)
LPLinha de Partida
LPLocator Protocol (location-based GPRS services)
LPLincoln Prairie School (Hoffman Estates, Illinois)
LPLittle Person/People
LPLeased Platform
LPLeft Traffic Pattern
LPLink Paralleling
LPLunatic Posse (Quake gaming clan)
LPLarge Package Based
LPLunar Prospector (spacecraft)
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This observation struck Nakamura as very supportive of the view that something about risk premiums, liquidity premiums, or something else is involved in certain periods of low interest rates.
Liquidity premium reflects a fixed income security's market liquidity, and the term premium compensates for the fact that longer-maturity debts' prices are more volatile.
Using this empirical model, I attempt to answer the following questions: (i) Is it plausible to consider the liquidity premium as a factor that forecasts bond returns, but which is not spanned by the yield curve?
Marginal liquidity premium [equivalent to] L (q) = [sigma] [u'(q)/g'(q, [theta]) - 1],
The liquidity premium theory (LPT) is standard in fixed income asset pricing.
If you take a look at the fixed income portfolios and the levers that are available to the companies, one can go out in duration, down in quality, employ leverage, use structuring or shift from public to private to pick up the liquidity premium.
comparable financial instrument] + Liquidity Premium
For example, if Scottish bonds carry a liquidity premium and form a large part of Scottish pension fund portfolios, Scottish pensioners will gain from the higher yields, while Scottish taxpayers will have to fund higher debt charges, which in turn implies higher taxes.
Considering there is a liquidity premium in Brazil (MACHADO; DE MEDEIROS, 2012) and the importance of liquidity as a risk factor in asset pricing models (Machado & De Medeiros, 2011), our main goal here is to analyze whether the more parsimonious model, based on market and liquidity as proposed by Liu (2006), performs better to explain the variation in returns than the CAPM and the three-factor model of Fama & French (1993).
A 15% drop in liquidity, for example, would mean a relatively minor increase of five basis points in the liquidity premium on AAA-rated bonds, but a 116-basis-point jump in the premium for high-yield bonds.
Generally, it is more costly to convert corporate bonds than treasuries, so creditors will demand a liquidity premium in the form of higher interest rates for corporate bonds.