According to the SBP, more noticeable development is that the scheduled banks placed lower bids in some of these auctions, which is a realization of the rollover risk on government's outstanding obligations highlighted earlier by SBP.
What does ROR stand for?
ROR stands for Rollover Risk
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95 Paperback HJ8015 With advanced economies experiencing high levels of public and private debt, the authors (both of the Peterson Institute for International Economics) argue that the "financial repression" mechanism of debt restructuring that characterized the tightly regulated Bretton Woods system is making a comeback among governments seeking to reduce debt rollover risks and curb rising interest expenditures while avoiding explicit debt restructuring.
The two-star Ford Explorer Sport Trac SUV had the highest rollover risk, 34.
Other ratings: * Four stars, representing a rollover risk of between 10 percent and 20 percent: Buick Ranier 4x4; Chevrolet Trailblazer 4x4; Chevrolet Silverado extended cab pickup, both 4x2 and 4x4; Ford Focus wagon; GMC Envoy 4x4; GMC Sierra extended cab pickup, both 4x2 and 4x4; Olds Bravada 4x4; Subaru Outback wagon; Toyota Echo; Volvo XC90 4x4.
Rollover risk arises when a derivative associated with a government's variable-rate debt does not extend all the way to the maturity date of the associated debt, thereby creating a gap in the protection otherwise afforded by the derivative.