I kill you later
 n.— «Using derivatives contracts known as accumulators, the company wanted to minimize its currency exposure resulting from a A$1.6 billion (US$1.07 billion) investment in an iron ore mine in Australia. Three months later, the Aussie had lost almost 40 percent of its value against the greenback, and Citic Pacific’s losses from the accumulators—so notorious in Hong Kong that investors refer to them as “I kill you laters”—had soared.» —“Jailed Billionaires Show New Face of China as Markets Unravel” by William Mellor Bloomberg.com Feb. 23, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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