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1. Year-to-date (YTD)

2. yield maintenance premium

3. year to year tenancy

4. Yield To Worst - YTW

5. yankee screwdriver

6. Yellow Pages 

7. Yield To Maturity - YTM

8. Yield Variance

9. Y

10. yarning iron

11. yield tilt index fund

12. Yield curve option-pricing models

13. Y shares

14. Yield-Based Option

15. Young And Wealthy But Normal - YAWN

16. year end

17. yupcap

18. Yield-Spread premium abuse

19. YT

20. Year-on-year (YoY) Growth Rates

21. yield spread premium

22. Year Over Year - YOY

23. Yield to warrant expiration

24. Yen-linked Bond

25. Ytm

26. Yield Beta

27. Yuppie

28. Yield Curve Spread

29. yearbook

30. Yoy

31. Yonder 40 Index - Yonder 40

32. yield management

33. Year To Date - YTD

34. Yen ETF

35. Yoc

36. year-over-year

37. Y2K Issue

38. Year-on-year Changes

39. Yield On Cost - YOC

40. Yo-Yo

41. Yield differential/pickup

42. Yo-yo stock

43. Yield Basis

44. Yield From Issue Date

45. YU

46. Yield Pickup

47. yield burning

48. Yard

49. yield elbow

50. yoke vent

51. YUM

52. YER

53. Yale School of Management - Yale SOM

54. Year-end dividend

55. yield rate

56. Youth Measures (of Labour Market Programmes)

57. Yearly Probability Of Dying

58. Yield curb

59. Yearly Probability Of Living

60. Yield to call

61. year-end bonus

62. Year

63. Yemeni Rial - YER

64. Y2K

65. Yankee market

66. Yield on Invested Assets (IRIS)

67. York Antwerp Rules

68. Yarnstorming

69. Yield spread

70. yen carry trade

71. Yearly Renewable Group Term Insurance

72. yield maintenance

73. yard lumber

74. Yield to warrant call

75. Yield to maturity (YTM)

76. Yankee bond

77. Yellow Sheets

78. Yield to maturity

79. yield curve risk

80. yellow knight

81. Youth Court

82. yield on invested assets

83. year 2000 (Y2K) exclusion

84. Youthful Offender

85. Yield

86. Years Certain Annuity

87. Yankee bond market

88. Yellow Book

89. Yankee CD

90. Yield spread strategies

91. yardstick

92. Yearly Renewable Term - YRT

93. Year's Maximum Pensionable Earnings - YMPE

94. yoke

95. y-fitting

96. Yankee Certificate Of Deposit

97. Yield advantage

98. Yemeni Rial

99. Yellow-Dog Contract

100. yard of concrete

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A specialist or specialist unit is a member of a securities exchange responsible for maintaining a fair and orderly market in a specific security or securities on the exchange floor. Specialists execute market orders given to them by other members of the exchange known as floor brokers or sent to their post through an electronic routing system.Typically, a specialist acts both as agent and principal. As agent, the specialist handles limit orders for floor brokers in exchange for a portion of their commission. Those orders are maintained in an electronic record known as the limit order book, or specialist's book, until the stock is trading at the acceptable price. As principal, the specialist buys for his or her own account to help maintain a stable market in a security.For example, if the spread, or difference, between the bid and ask, or the highest price offered by a buyer and the lowest price asked by a seller, gets too wide, and trading in the security hits a lull, the specialist might buy, sell, or sell short shares to narrow the spread and stimulate trading.But because of restrictions the exchange puts on trading, a specialist is not permitted to buy a security when there is an unexecuted order for the same security at the same price in the limit order book.

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