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Financial terms starting with "A"

1. Annual rate of return

2. Amber Alert

3. afterburner

4. Assault And Battery

5. at the price stop-loss order

6. Accounting Edit

7. appointed actuary

8. Agency bond

9. Ad Valorem Fees

10. Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions (AAOIFI)

11. Activities of Daily Living

12. antitrust liability

13. appliance branch circuit

14. Agreement On The Conservation Of Small Cetaceans Of The Baltic And North Seas (ASCOBANS)

15. affect

16. absorb

17. Advance commitment

18. Agricultural Household

19. Any-or-all bid

20. asbestos containing materials (ACM)

21. Accredited Automated Clearing House Professional (AAP)

22. Annualised Growth Rate (annualised Rate Of Change)

23. amortized bond

24. Auction markets

25. annual premium equivalent (APE)

26. Associate in Information Technology (AIT)

27. annual management charge

28. Age Discrimination

29. Adjustment Date

30. ADP

31. apportionment

32. Aba

33. Accelerated Reply Mail - ARM

34. Accrual Accounting

35. All in

36. Admit

37. Agro-ecosystem

38. AMLF

39. ASIC

40. Assignment For Benefit Of Creditors

41. audit

42. Alphanumeric

43. Association of Chartered Certified Accountants

44. Aggregates Of The System Of National Accounts

45. A-B trust planning

46. Aggravated Battery

47. aggregate limits reinstatement

48. American Depository Receipt Ratio

49. Average daily balance

50. algorithmic trading

51. A-B Split

52. Anonymous Banking

53. appeal (patent) 

54. accrual method

55. Added Value

56. Affranchise

57. Accounting exposure

58. amortisable

59. Alternative Asset

60. all or any part

61. Agent For Acceptance Of Service

62. Arbitrage-free option-pricing models

63. additional paid-in capital

64. accretive

65. all risks coverage

66. Adjunct

67. Average Hourly / Weekly / Monthly Earnings

68. Absolute Frequency

69. automatic transfer service

70. Advertising

71. aggregate demand curve

72. apron

73. After-tax income

74. Anthony Kennedy

75. AUT

76. Autocratic

77. Aum Fee

78. adjusted gross estate

79. Absolute Assignment

80. American Stock Exchange

81. accelerate

82. Aidc

83. assessment

84. Automated Forex Trading

85. airbag swap

86. address list

87. aggregate corporation

88. average option

89. access panel

90. Active Factor Risk

91. Announcement date

92. add-on interest

93. apparent agency

94. actual cash value (ACV)

95. American Depositary Receipt (ADR)

96. Atomic Energy

97. asset-liability management

98. audited financial statements

99. Antonin Scalia

100. Arithmetic Edit

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nounan act of becoming larger ExamplesThere have been several increases in tax or tax increases in the last few years. • There is an automatic 5 per cent increase in price or price increase on January 1st. • Profits showed a 10 per cent increase or an increase of 10 per cent on last year.Usageincrease in the cost of livinga rise in the annual cost of livinga higher salary Examplesincrease in pay or pay increase • The government hopes to hold salary increases to 3 per cent.Usageshe had two increases last yearher salary went up twiceverbto grow bigger or higher ExamplesProfits have increased faster than the increase in the rate of inflation. • Exports to Africa have increased by more than 25 per cent. • The price of oil has increased twice in the past week.Usageto increase in priceto cost moreUsageto increase in size or valueto become larger or more valuableto make something bigger or higherUsagethe company increased her salary to £50,000the company gave her a rise in salary to £50,000"...turnover has the potential to be increased to over 1 million dollars with energetic management and very little capital" [Australian Financial Review]"...competition is steadily increasing and could affect profit margins as the company tries to retain its market share" [Citizen (Ottawa)]

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5. Manufacturers Output Policy (MOP)
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8. Weighted Stock Index
9. Limited Severability Provision
10. National Association Of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations System

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