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Financial terms starting with "F"

1. fieldstone, mountain orchid

2. free of particular average

3. fixed rate tax

4. Fannie Mae

5. Forex charts

6. FM

7. framing gasket

8. Financial Sector

9. flexible paving brick base

10. fire resistant drywall

11. floating exchange currency

12. futures equivalent

13. Freely floating exchange rate system

14. Federal Call

15. Fill or kill

16. Financial Intermediation

17. field audit

18. Foreclosure

19. fixed window

20. Federal Land Bank - FLB

21. fiduciary risk

22. full ratchet

23. Frontrunning

24. first preferred stock

25. First-in-first-out (FIFO)

26. First Bank Of The United States

27. filing date

28. fully valued

29. fee simple defeasible

30. File-and-use States

31. Fiscal agency services

32. Federal Agency Issues

33. foreign exchange market

34. Financial Statement Assertion

35. foul weather fund

36. Fb

37. Forced Sale

38. Floor Limit

39. Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

40. financial institutions

41. fly rafter

42. fund balance

43. First Payment Due

44. Family Limited Partnership - FLP

45. FIN

46. Federal Trade Commission Act Of 1914

47. FHA Loan

48. free trade agreement

49. funded debt

50. flat interest rate

51. field tile

52. FASB No. 8

53. fixed-rate payer

54. flurry

55. Fee Cap

56. foundation exclusion clause

57. Fill Price

58. fulcrum point

59. forward triangular merger

60. first-round financing

61. Failed Edit

62. flush door

63. faced masonry

64. Forest Account For Timber

65. front running

66. fiat currency

67. franchise deductible

68. functional currency

69. fundamental risk

70. fixturing period

71. FIVA

72. fee-based investment

73. Fiat currency

74. federally related transaction

75. Federal ID Number

76. financial futures market

77. forward exchange transaction

78. Facebook Credits

79. Foot And Mouth Disease

80. freestone

81. function key

82. fixed deposit

83. Floating-rate payer

84. future interest

85. financial disclosure claims

86. Federal Reserve float

87. flow

88. fictitious company name

89. filler

90. foreign banking market

91. fraption

92. financing flows

93. fire department connection

94. Flag Of Convenience Countries

95. Futures Commission Merchants

96. farmer's/ranch owner's policy

97. flexible

98. fire maps

99. fair price provision

100. Financial Asset Securitisation Investment Trust

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Information Disclosure Statement (IDS)

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a list of all patents, publications, U.S. applications, or other information submitted for consideration by the Office in a non-provisional patent application filed under 35 U.S.C. § 111(a) to comply with applicant's duty to submit to the Office information which is material to patentability of the invention claimed in the non-provisional application. For patent applications filed under 35 U.S.C. § 111(a), applicants and other individuals who are substantively involved in preparing or prosecuting a patent application must submit to the Office information which is material to patentability (could render a claim unpatentable) as defined in 37 CFR § 1.56. The provisions of 37 CFR § 1.97 and 37  CFR § 1.98 provide a mechanism for compliance with the duty of disclosure provided in 37 CFR § 1.56. The IDS must include a list of all patents, publications, U.S. applications, or other information submitted for consideration by the Office. The USPTO provides forms for use in the submission of an IDS, the PTO/SB/08a and PTO/SB/08b. -- see 37 CFR §§§ 1.56, 1.97 and 1.98and MPEP 609 for more

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