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Financial terms starting with "U"

1. Utter

2. urban renewal

3. unfunded retention

4. Umbrella Partnership Real Estate Investment Trust (UPREIT)

5. Underlying Stock

6. upside/downside ratio

7. unsubordinated debt

8. Unrelated Diversification

9. Umpire Clause

10. unrecorded deed

11. Upside-Down Mortgage

12. unaccounted for

13. Usury laws

14. use density

15. Ultrahazardous Activity

16. undervalued stock

17. unbanked

18. URL

19. Underfunded pension plan

20. Undertakings for Collective Investments in Transferable Securities III (UCITS III)

21. URAA

22. Uptick rule

23. urban

24. undersupply

25. Underlying Mortality Assumption

26. underfloor raceway

27. Underwriter

28. Ultra-Short Bond Fund

29. underinsurance

30. Underwriters Laboratories - UL

31. Usual, Customary and Reasonable Fees

32. United States Trustee

33. UBS

34. Ucc Financing Statement

35. underwriting guidelines

36. Unemployment

37. Underwriters Association

38. Upfront Mortgage Lender

39. UUP

40. Unlawful Assembly

41. Underbanked

42. Uncovered options

43. utility value

44. unearned reinsurance premium

45. Underfunded Plan

46. Units (classified)

47. Underwriting Expenses

48. User Cost (in Valuation Of Mineral Deposits)

49. Unilateral transfers

50. Unlimited Funds

51. Unilateral

52. Undecillion

53. Unused Extraction

54. unilateral listing

55. Uniform Delivered Pricing

56. UPOV

57. Uniform Transfer-On-Death Securities Registration Act

58. unimproved land

59. U.S. Savings Bond

60. Up tick

61. Upload

62. utilities sector

63. U.S. Dollar Index (USDX)

64. unit statistical card

65. Unbiased Error

66. unity of possession

67. Untrigintillion

68. Uniform Transfer to Minors Act

69. Unincorporated Enterprise

70. unaudited

71. Unladen Sea Traffic

72. Unearned Fees

73. USPTO

74. underlayment

75. usurped power

76. Underlying Cost

77. undercounter lavatory

78. urban sprawl

79. Urban Railway Enterprise

80. U.S. Treasury Note

81. Unrelated Business Income

82. Uninsured Motorist Clause

83. unincorporated association

84. US Treasury

85. unmarketable title

86. uncontrollable

87. Unencumbered

88. Undertakings for Collective Investments in Transferable Securities IV (UCITS IV)

89. Unit benefit formula

90. urban development action grant

91. Ultra-short-term bond fund

92. United States Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis)

93. Unleaded Motor Gasoline

94. Unpaid Labour

95. Uses (transactions In Current Accounts)

96. unrealized profit

97. US savings bond

98. unities

99. Unemployed ILO

100. Unamortized bond discount

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Lead Time

Categories: Business and Management, Marketing, Operation and Production,

the time interval between the start of an activity or process and its completion, for example, the time between ordering goods and their receipt, or between starting manufacturing of a product and its completion in inventory control, the time between placing an order and its arrival on site. Lead time differs from delivery time in that it also includes the time required to place an order and the time it takes to inspect the goods and receive them into the appropriate store. Inventory levels can afford to be lower and orders smaller when purchasing lead times are short. in new product development and manufacturing, the time required to develop a product from concept to market delivery. Lead time increases as a result of the poor sequencing of dependent activities, the lack of availability of resources, poor quality in the component parts, and poor plant layout. The technique of concurrent engineering focuses on the entire concept-to-customer process with the goal of reducing lead time. Companies can gain a competitive advantage by achieving a lead time reduction and so getting products to market faster.

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