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What does LOOP stand for?

LOOP stands for Law of One Price (finance, economics)

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  • Business, finance, etc.

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The Law of One Price The idea behind PPP evolved from the law of one price, the idea that arbitrage will ensure that the same good sold both here and abroad will have the same price when that price is expressed in a common currency.
The authors indicate three restrictions of the model that could be amended in future work to allow more realistic adjustments in the current account: (1) The law of one price holds continuously, (2) households fully share risk via international financial markets, and (3) households invest in only financial, not physical, assets.
More than 70 signature menu item prices are sampled every month in order to develop an exchange rate measure based on the so-called law of one price hypothesis.