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Financial terms in "Economics"

1. Debt Refinancing

2. Joint Venture (fishing)

3. Characters Per Inch (CPI)

4. Exchange Rate Adjustment

5. bonded terminal

6. Reporting Unit

7. Economic Order Quantity

8. Agri-environmental Indicator

9. Net Correlation

10. Volumes At Constant International Prices Of Period T-1 (at PPPs Of Period T-1)

11. Administered Price (schemes)

12. Distribution And Use Of Income Accounts - ESA

13. Loss-leader Selling

14. Statistical Macrodata

15. competition

16. Dominance Rule

17. Price Reference Period

18. Language Spoken At Home

19. Functionally Literate

20. indirect material

21. Evaluation (of A Development Activity)

22. Depletion Of Natural Economic Assets

23. Defined Contribution (DC) Occupational Pension Plans

24. baby boomer

25. Options SNA

26. Holding Corporations - ESA

27. Goods Loaded (for Transport By Sea)

28. Microclimate

29. Specialisation Ratio

30. Interest Concession

31. Terminology

32. Statistical Data Protection (SDP)

33. Cost of Living Adjustment

34. Subsample

35. Inland Waterways Journey

36. Cumulative Error

37. Soil Surface Nitrogen Balance Indicator

38. Data Processing (DP)

39. Extra Cost (criterion)

40. International Standard Bibliographic Description (ISBD)

41. Trade Mark

42. Gas / Liquids From Biomass

43. Tax Allowances

44. Vocabulary

45. Services, Personal

46. Free Rider

47. Analysis Server

48. Fighting Brand

49. Long-term Migrants

50. Optimum Stratification

51. Master Sample

52. dollar auction

53. national income accounting

54. Least-squares Growth Rate

55. Guaranteed Annuity

56. Compulsory Curriculum

57. Export Cartel

58. Forecasting Errors

59. Emissions Permits

60. Environmental Media

61. Ecological Balance

62. Two-stage Sample

63. Employees Compensation

64. Y2K Issue

65. Collective Consumption

66. Sienna Group

67. Coefficient Table

68. Nested Design

69. School Level Management

70. COPNI (classification Of The Purposes Of Non- Profit Institutions)

71. Gene Therapy

72. Industry ESA

73. Pension Plan Sponsor

74. Expected Years Of Schooling

75. diminishing marginal returns

76. Conceptual Data Model

77. Crude Oil

78. laissez-faire

79. Environmental Cleanup

80. Statistical Metadata Repository

81. Production Boundary

82. Weighting Coefficient

83. maintenance markup

84. green shoots

85. SITC

86. TSA

87. Unimodal

88. Audit (statistical)

89. Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency

90. Other Capital Taxes N.e.c.

91. demand analysis

92. On-line Moderator

93. Non-compulsory Curriculum

94. Tied Aid Loans

95. Completeness Checking

96. Non-voting Stocks

97. Land Underlying Buildings And Structures Within Urban Areas

98. cross-border trade

99. Official Development Assistance (ODA) Loans

100. Target Price (for Milk)

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Quarter

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The financial world splits up its calendar into four quarters, each three months long. If January to March is the first quarter, April to June is the second quarter, and so on, though a company's first quarter does not have to begin in January.The securities and exchange commission (SEC) requires all publicly held US companies to publish a quarterly report, officially known as Form 10-Q, describing their financial results for the quarter. These reports and the predictions that market analysts make about them often have an impact on a company's stock price.For example, if analysts predict that a certain company will have earnings of 55 cents a share in a quarter, and the results beat those expectations, the price of the company's stock may increase. But if the earnings are less than expected, even by a penny or two, the stock price may drop, at least for a time.However, this pattern doesn't always hold true, and other forces may influence (investor) sentiment about the stock.

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