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1. Non-profit Institutions Engaged In Market Production

2. Nslds (national Student Loan Data System)

3. National Housing Act

4. nondepository credit institution

5. net current assets

6. net interest earned

7. Normal Contango

8. nominal quotation

9. Note Issuance Facilities (NIF) SNA

10. nominee interest

11. Noncompetition Agreement

12. Nuisance Tariff

13. Nasaa

14. negative NPV tie-in project

15. Natural Assets

16. No-Load Fund

17. Net change

18. natural resources

19. Negative covenant

20. Numbered Account

21. Non-stock Inventory

22. New Source Performance Standards (NSPS)

23. National Rail Transport

24. negotiable paper

25. Nagoya Stock Exchange

26. NMS

27. Niche Market

28. Non-participating Preferred Shares

29. NASDAQ-100 Equal Weighted Index

30. Negative yield curve

31. Nonqualifying annuity

32. Negative Growth

33. Named Peril

34. Number Of Days Of Inventory

35. net lease

36. Notice Of Cancellation

37. Notice Period

38. notary claim exclusion

39. New Issue

40. Non-conforming mortgage

41. naked

42. National Association of Purchasing Managers index

43. net sales

44. NY Empire Manufacturing Index

45. no deal/no commission clause

46. National Welfare Fund

47. NAD

48. Norris V. Alabama (1935)

49. New York Stock Exchange

50. Net Non-life Insurance Premiums

51. NRWT

52. NOW

53. Non-warrantable condo

54. NSTA

55. net debt

56. negative butterfly

57. Negative Pregnant

58. NIM

59. net revenue pledge

60. neighborhood

61. needle-nose pliers

62. nominal rate

63. non-performing loan

64. nonpersonal time deposit

65. NASDAQ OMX 100 Index

66. ncreif

67. National Private Corporations (non- Financial And Financial)

68. Non-probability Sampling

69. Non-produced Assets

70. non-final office action (rejection)

71. noninstitutional lender

72. National Credit Repositories

73. No-brainer

74. Net Foreign Balance

75. Noncurrent Assets

76. Net Cost Criterion

77. National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD)

78. North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA)

79. Net Price

80. Negligent

81. Non-probability Sample

82. Net worth

83. net capital ratio

84. Nieue Dollar

85. Net Premiums Earned

86. negative cash flow

87. Nondeliverable Forward Contracts (NDF)

88. non-cash charge

89. negative-slope driveway

90. National Numbering Agencies (NNAs)

91. Non-manufacturer

92. Nitrogenous Oxygen Demand (NOD)

93. Nomenclature

94. newsgathering torts

95. Non-monetary Benefits

96. non-drying

97. negative pledge clause

98. No-pay, No-play

99. net realizable value

100. Nonqualifying stock option

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Broad-base Index

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An index whose purpose is to reveal the performance of the entire market, such as the s&p 500, Wilshire 5000, AMEX Major market index or value line composite index. Different broad-base indices have different approaches to ensuring that the index captures the entire breadth of market activity. The Wilshire 5000 takes the most all-inclusive approach by including all the stocks listed on the new york stock exchange and almost all the stocks listed on the NASDAQ and american stock exchange. The s&p 500 includes 500 companies that are together considered a good indicator for the US stock market, based on the industries the companies operate in, their positions within the industry, and their market capitalizations. The s&p 500 is a market-weighted index, so only 10% if its components make up about 75% of its value. The value line composite index takes an in between approach by tracking 1700 issues. The Value Line Composite is thought to be a better indicator of speculative stocks than of more stable stocks.

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