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Financial terms in "Economics"

1. Related Metadata Reference

2. Cut-off Sampling

3. Raw Sewerage

4. Stand-by Agreement

5. sterilization

6. monetary base

7. external economy

8. National Statistical Institute (NSI)

9. Satellite Telephony

10. Fallowing - UN

11. Tabulation Errors

12. Pushed Tanker Barge

13. Baseline (of A Graph)

14. Environmental Assets (SEEA)

15. Bilateral Monopoly / Oligopoly

16. DAC

17. Monetary Environmental Accounting

18. Nitrites

19. Observation Confidentiality

20. parallel economy

21. Feasible Region

22. Undernourished Persons

23. Trading Gains And Losses

24. nominal GDP

25. Terracing

26. Tank Wagon

27. Tropical Forest

28. Road Journey

29. SDMX-ML

30. Batch Processing

31. Gross National Debt

32. Millennium Development Goals

33. Quality Eurostat

34. Intra-household Allocation (of Resources)

35. Enhanced Structural Adjustment Facility (ESAF) Heavily Indebted Poor Country (HICP) Trust

36. Reporting Unit

37. Sustainable Monopoly

38. London Certificates Of Deposit

39. EURO STOXX

40. Sensitive Variables

41. Dependant (to A Pension Scheme)

42. Investment Pools

43. Social Security Benefits In Cash

44. Deposits

45. Competitive Advantage

46. Foreign Tourists

47. Mixed Income

48. Locomotive

49. Protection Of Ambient Water

50. Binary Comparison

51. core PPI

52. Additivity - SNA

53. Item Response Rate

54. Market Forces

55. Country Assistance Strategies / Plans

56. Everything-But-Arms (EBA)

57. Cairns Group

58. Inland Waterways Passenger Embarked

59. CIC

60. Imputed Expenditure

61. Voluntary Export Restraints (VER)

62. External Balance Of Goods And Services

63. Time Coverage

64. Free Rider

65. Nominal Holding Gain (by Non-residents)

66. Linguistics

67. Web Link Agreement

68. financial

69. Disclosure Risk

70. First-generation Students

71. Financial Leasing Companies

72. oil price to natural gas ratio

73. Economy

74. Steam Locomotive

75. Single Indicator Method Of Deflation

76. Carli Price Index

77. Air Pollution

78. Tariff Peaks

79. SUDA

80. Vertical Integration

81. IGU

82. World Conservation Union

83. EBITDA / fixed charges

84. Follow-up Survey (or Multi-round Survey Or Multi-phase Survey)

85. price level

86. Direct Investment Enterprise Foreign SNA

87. SDMX Registry

88. Compliance Criterion

89. Shadow Economy

90. Unistatus Annuity Rate

91. Social Security Schemes

92. fixed exchange rate

93. Steam Coal

94. Multi-level Modelling Imputation

95. Indicators Of Sustainable Development

96. unit of account

97. Bovine Somatotropin (BST)

98. Total Natural Renewable Water

99. Attachment Level

100. Comitology

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Budapest Stock Exchange (BSE)

Categories: Stocks, Investing and Trading,

financial institution in Budapest, Hungary, whose "main goal is to become the financial centre and primary trading venue of Hungarian securities, and to successfully take part in the competition for issuers." Its four main activities are (1) listing services, (2) trading services, (3) dissemination of market information, and (4) product development.Four years after originally opening as the Hungarian stock exchange on January 18, 1864, in Pest, the exchange gained the Grain Hall and became the Budapest Stock and commodity exchange (BSCE). The government dissolved the BSCE after World War II, claiming its assets as state property. The BSE reopened on June 21, 1990, with forty-one members and one equity, IBUSZ, the budapest stock exchange. From 1990 until 1995, physical trading on the floor had partial electronic support. In 1995, trading on the floor and in a remote trading system became concurrent and stayed that way until November, 1998 when the MultiMarket Trading System (MMTS), which relied completely on remote trading, was put in place. By September, 1999, physical trading on the floor ceased. The BSE has been a subsidiary of the CEESEG AG holding company since January 2010.

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