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  Paris CAC 40 5,269 8.36%
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  Malaysia KLSE 1,858 13.18%
  Thailand SET 1,801 16.71%
 
    USD EUR
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  JPY 107.51 132.43
  EUR 0.81 -
  USD - 1.23
  CNY 6.34 7.81
  CAD 1.27 1.56
  AUD 1.27 1.57
  HKD 7.83 9.64
 
      YTD
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    Updated On 21-02-2018
 
Glossary of Terms
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Lapse
If a policy becomes void because conditions have not been kept to (such as failing to pay premiums), it has lapsed.
Legacy
A legacy is a gift left to someone in a will, but it does not include land.
Legal mortgage
When a person takes out this type of mortgage the lender owns the property which is mortgaged, until the mortgage has been repaid.
Letter of credit
This is a letter one bank sends to a second bank asking them to pay money to a named person. However, certain conditions must be met.
Liabilities
These are debts that a person or an organisation owes.
Licensed conveyancers
These are the only people, other than solicitors, who are allowed to do conveyancing and charge a fee for it.
Lien
A lien is the right to keep possession of something, owned by someone who owes a debt, until the debt has been settled.
Life assurance (or insurance) policy
This type of policy is a contract between the policyholder and the insurance company. The insurance company will normally payout if the policyholder dies.
Life assured
This is the person whose life is assured.
Life of another
If you take out assurance cover on another person's life, you have taken it out on the life of another.
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