An investment strategy involving the simultaneous purchase and sale of two ASSETS in order to capitalize on small price or rate discrepancies. The intent of the strategy is to generate a profit with a minimum amount of RISK; true arbitrage is riskfree. See also HEDGE, LONG ARBITRAGE, PURE ARBITRAGE,QUASI ARBITRAGE, SHORT ARBITRAGE, SPECULATION,YIELD ENHANCEMENT.

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Related Legal TermsPURE ARBITRAGECOVERED INTEREST ARBITRAGECONVERSION ARBITRAGEQUASI ARBITRAGECASH-AND-CARRY ARBITRAGEARBITRAGE PRICING THEORY (APT)CAPITAL STRUCTURE ARBITRAGELONG ARBITRAGESHORT ARBITRAGEREVERSE CASHANDCARRY ARBITRAGE

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