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1. mortgage cash flow obligation (MCFO)

2. Mining Wastes

3. moisture barrier

4. microlam

5. managed care coverage endorsement

6. Multirule system

7. Mortgage price

8. MWK

9. medium density overlay

10. mechanical bond

11. Market-based Instruments

12. Medium-term Instruments

13. MACD

14. Mezzanine capital

15. material fact

16. magnetic strip

17. market metrics

18. multiple discriminant analysis

19. Marginal Classification

20. mortise and tenon

21. Master Promissory Note

22. monkey wrench

23. minispread

24. major currency

25. Medium Term Notes

26. mortgage clause

27. Monthly Housing Expense

28. meridian

29. Multicurrency clause

30. money market account extra (MMAX)

31. Morgan Stanley Capital International Emerging Markets Global Index

32. Misclassification

33. Megan's Law

34. melt up

35. Mission Creep

36. middle rate

37. MAR

38. Market Penetration Price

39. Margin agreement

40. market strategist

41. minimum yield

42. Maladministration

43. maximum price fluctuation

44. Mes

45. Monitoring

46. Main Economic Indicator Main Country Groupings

47. micro accounting

48. market perform

49. Motor Carrier Act (MCA) of 1980

50. meter pan

51. masonry reinforced wall

52. morbidity rate

53. members of Lloyd's of London

54. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Units

55. mallet

56. MHL

57. Monitoring Costs

58. MNP

59. maintenance and replacement call

60. Model Assumption Error

61. match

62. MY

63. Monetary Control Act

64. Mixed Indexation (of Pension Benefits)

65. Mechanic's Lien

66. mortgage instrument

67. mopboard

68. MSCI

69. matched boards

70. message

71. Maturity (of A Loan)

72. millimeter

73. Market Price Support (MPS)

74. Mainstream Economics

75. Management By Objectives - MBO

76. mutual consent

77. Maintenance Expenditure On Vessels (for Inland Waterways Transport)

78. middle office

79. material schedule

80. Magistrate

81. mechanical joint

82. Micropreneur

83. minor diameter

84. Multi-Peril Policies

85. management company

86. marginal land

87. multizone amplifier

88. Market timing

89. medium

90. Market Orientation

91. metamorphic rock

92. multilateral aid

93. mandatory sinking-fund redemption

94. managed futures account

95. Multi-employer Pension Funds

96. MNT

97. mute

98. model unit

99. middle rail

100. Matchmove

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Net Asset Value (NAV)

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The NAV is the dollar value of one share of a fund. It's calculated by totaling the value of all the fund's holdings plus money waiting investment, subtracting operating expenses, and dividing by the number of outstanding shares. A fund's NAV changes regularly, though day-to-day variations are usually small. The NAV is the price per share an open-end mutual fund pays when you redeem, or sell back, your shares. With no-load mutual funds, the NAV and the offering price, or what you pay to buy a share, are the same. With front-load funds, the offering price is the sum of the NAV and the sales charge per share and is sometimes known as the maximum offering price (MOP).The NAV of an exchange traded fund (ETF) or a closed-end mutual fund may be higher or lower than the market price of a share of the fund. With an ETF, though, the difference is usually quite small because of a unique mechanism that allows institutional investors to buy or redeem large blocks of shares at the NAV with in-kind baskets of the fund's stocks.

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