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1. legal lending limit

2. Larry Montgomery

3. listing inventory

4. limited access highway

5. Letter of Guarantee

6. lime putty

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8. long-term disability (LTD) income insurance

9. losing your shirt

10. locked-in retirement account (LIRA)

11. Loan Origination

12. loss prevention

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14. London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR)

15. long-term capital

16. limits under multiple policy (LUMP) years

17. LCA

18. level premium insurance

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33. Large Value Transfer System - LVTS

34. limited recourse debt

35. Log-linear least-squares method

36. Life insurance policy

37. lessees of safe deposit boxes coverage form I

38. Labour Market Flows

39. liquid resin glue

40. long tail liability

41. Lien Waiver

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45. Levered portfolio

46. longevity insurance

47. London Commodity Exchange (LCE)

48. lock seam

49. Labor Theory Of Value

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52. Least-squares Method For Autocorrection

53. Loss Reserves

54. Logarithmic scale

55. Land Cover Change Matrix

56. Level term insurance

57. lot split

58. Letter of Testamentary

59. limited warranty deed

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62. landing order

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64. lockup period

65. Liquidation by assignment

66. Long-term gain

67. lighten

68. legal blemish

69. loan term

70. latex portland cement mortar

71. Luma Key

72. Losses Of Government Trading Organisations

73. latten

74. Level 2 asset

75. Losses Outstanding

76. liability limits

77. Law Of One Price

78. Lloyd-Moulton Price Index

79. Lease Purchase

80. long

81. land leaseback

82. lessee

83. LIFO (last-in-first- Out)

84. Loan Workout

85. long-term equity anticipation security (LEAP)

86. Last Will And Testament

87. Lay Witness

88. Long-term Equity Anticipatory Securities

89. Lease To Own

90. Local moving -

91. ledge

92. leverage trading

93. loss carryforward

94. Leading Question

95. loan value

96. Linear Edits

97. Less Than Container Load

98. liquid certificate of deposit

99. Law Of Admiralty

100. LDI

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Expiration Cycle

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The recurring cycle of expiry months for which options on a particular security can be available. Basic options are placed in one of three cycles; Cycle 1 (the January/April/July/October, or the first month of each quarter); Cycle 2 (the second month of each quarter); or Cycle 3 (the third month of each quarter).At any one time, a basic option has contracts with three expiration dates outstanding. For example, in mid-February, options trading on cycle 3 will have March, June and September expiries available. Late in March, after the March options expire, a December contract will be added, thus offering June, September and December expiries.Higher-volume equity options, index options, and LEAPS can trade on other cycles, such as Cycle 4, Cycle 5 or Cycle 6. Cycle 4, for example, offers options in the two nearest months plus two months from Cycle 3. For example, in mid-April, there would be April, May, June and September expires available. A month later, there would be May, June, September and December expiries available for trading.

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