Candlestick Chart is a forms of chart in which each trading session is presented in the form of histogram. The histogram will be representing the opening and closing prcies and the high and low periods are represented by vertical lines from the opening and closing prices, which the highs similar to candlewicks.
Cancellation Price is a price where the unit trust will redeem units.
CAMEL is an abbreviation / mnemonic which is considered in evaluating the organisation of the bank such as the capital adequacy, asset quality, management quality, earnings and liquidity.
Calvo Clause is a principle established by Argentinian Jurist Carlos Calvo which indicates the present of the clause in an agreement relating to foreign investment which indicates that the parties to the agreement agree to exclusively rely on the legal remedies available in that foreign country in any event of dispute.
Call Spread is the technique of buying a call option at one exercise price and selling at a higher exercise price.
Call risk is a risk of the call provision that will be exercised to a bond holder or in another way, the risk that the bond might be redeemed before reaching its maturity date.
Call Provision consists of a clause in a contract between the bond holder and the issuer to redeem the bond before maturity. The bond can be redeemed either at a par value or slightly over par value.
Call Price is also known as redemption price which is the exercise price of a bond's call provision.
Redemption Premium is the payment of amount over par value that must be made by the bond issuer to an investor in case the security is to be redeemed at an early stage.
Call Premium is considered as the premium that is paid to purchase a call option.