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1. country risk premium (CRP)

2. Bolsa

3. European Depositary Receipt

4. Clearstream

5. Limited Company

6. global squeeze

7. International Commodities Clearing House

8. American Depositary Share

9. Market Eye

10. Tokyo Stock Price Index

11. CINS number

12. repatriable

13. Cambist

14. DAX

15. HSBC

16. Toronto Stock Exchange

17. North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA)

18. Australian Securities Exchange

19. international stock

20. Saitori

21. Global Strategic Petroleum Reserves (GSPR)

22. trade bloc

23. Tokyo Interbank Offer Rate

24. London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange

25. reciprocal of European terms

26. World Trade Organization

27. Dow Jones Asian Titans 50 Index

28. Emerging Markets Free Index

29. export license

30. Foreign Bank Supervision Enhancement Act (FBSEA)

31. Euroequity issues

32. Clearing House Automated Payment System

33. European best bid and offer (EBBO)

34. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

35. Yankee bond market

36. Eurodollar bond

37. concession agreement

38. sterilization

39. Eurocommercial paper

40. Pacific Rim


42. neutral period

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44. capital export

45. Markets in Financial Instruments Directive

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47. paper gold

48. IMF

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50. multinational

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55. green field investment

56. NASD Form Fr-1

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58. Euronext Lisbon

59. capital movements

60. z-certificate

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62. currency fluctuations

63. domestic bond

64. Krugerrand

65. dollar terms

66. Euronext

67. London Inter-Bank Offer Rate

68. foreign direct investment

69. TSX Venture Exchange

70. trade liberalization

71. European Monetary System

72. GATT

73. crown corporation

74. trade barrier

75. European Exchange Rate mechanism

76. Exchange Rate


78. incremental capital output ratio (ICOR)

79. Eurodollar floating-rate certificate of deposit

80. American depositary receipt (ADR) ratio

81. International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO)

82. free trade agreement

83. foreign bond market

84. Euro medium term note

85. dollar bond

86. Nikkei Stock Average

87. offshore investment

88. flight of capital

89. currency internationalization

90. European terms

91. Gold Pool

92. International Monetary Fund

93. developed markets

94. MSCI All Country World Index (ACWI)

95. Tokyo Stock Exchange

96. supranational

97. tariff

98. ADS

99. Depreciation

100. LIFFE

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National Association Of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations System

Categories: Stocks, Investing and Trading, Brokerages,

Nasdaq. A computerized system established by the NASD to facilitate trading by providing broker/dealers with current bid and ask price quotes on over-the-counter stocks and some listed stocks. Unlike the Amex and the NYSE, the Nasdaq (once an acronym for the national association of securities dealers Automated Quotation system) does not have a physical trading floor that brings together buyers and sellers. Instead, all trading on the Nasdaq exchange is done over a network of computers and telephones. Also, the Nasdaq does not employ market specialists to buy unfilled orders like the NYSE does. The Nasdaq began when brokers started informally trading via telephone; the network was later formalized and linked by computer in the early 1970s. In 1998 the parent company of the Nasdaq purchased the Amex, although the two continue to operate separately. Orders for stock are sent out electronically on the Nasdaq, where market makers list their buy and sell prices. Once a price is agreed upon, the transaction is executed electronically.

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