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trade-regulating treatytrade agreement
(of a trade or a commodity, etc.) exclusively owned; controlled entirely by one party; syndicatedmonopolized
A multilateral agency that administers world trade agreements, fosters trade relations among nations, and solves trade disputes among member countries.World Trade Organization (WTO)
A prefix to a security price indicating the quote is for informational purposes only and not an offer to trade.For Your Information (FYI)
a trade association formed by Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela in 1980., Latin American Integration AssociationLAIA
A trade is said to fail if on settlement date either the seller fails to deliversecurities in proper form or the buyer fails to deliver funds in proper form., A trade is said to fail if on settlement date either the seller fails to deliversecurities in...Fail
A trade is settled out by the seller delivering securities and the buyer delivering funds in proper form. A trade that does not clear is said to fail. Comparison of the details of a transaction between broker/dealers prior to settlement; final exchange...Clear
A trade, quote, or market that does not originate with the dealer in question, e.g., "the bid is 98-10 away from me."Away
a trademark for a brand of firearm, Computerized O.T.C. traders-assistance system that provides for trade entry and position monitoring, among other functions.Colt
A treaty adopted by the United Nations aimed at eliminating international trade barriers between member countries.General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)
a union of western European countries, established in 1960 to eliminate trade tariffs between member states (EFTA)European Free Trade Association
ability of embryo to grow normally, according to the rules, government order with force of law, officially approved for use, regulating of something, rule or order, statute, law; act of controlling, management, direction; state of being controlled, sta...regulation
ability to do something well, aptitude; proficiency, expertise; craft or trade that requires special training, something requiring training to do wellskill
able to store and process data, aware, having good judgement, discerning, sensible; clever, bright, very smart, mentally able, self-regulating, sensible or rationalintelligent
absence of unity, not associated with a trade union; not belonging to a professional union, not in union, not made by union members, not using union membersnonunion
acceptance of treaty, addition to collection, arrival, attainment; act of coming into high office, succession, assent, catalog additions to collection, increase to property, right to increase in property, sudden mood, taking up positionaccession
act of placing one thing in the place of another; alternate giving and receiving; exchange; alternation; system for routing traffic on and off highways, alternate or follow each other, exchange of things, exchange things, trade; place one thing in the ...interchange
act, function; manage, use, activate; perform surgery, do something or function as something, engage in illegal activities, exert an effect, manage or be managed, perform military maneuvers, trade in the financial marketoperate
additional territory claimed by Nazis, space for growth, territory which a country considers necessary for national survival or the growth of trade (especially referring to Nazi Germany)lebensraum
affiliate something, connect through marriage, join in mutually supportive association, make a pact with -, join with -, member of a pact, member of a treaty, member of a formal agreement, member of alliance, related organismally
against business principles or practices, not concerned with commerce or business, that is not involved with trade, not conforming to accepted commercial practice, unprofitableuncommercial
agree, concur; enter office; become party to an agreement, assent, come to power, sign treatyaccede
agreement, harmony, peaceful state; treaty, peace treaty, peaceful coexistence, pleasing combination of soundsconcord
agreement; amount, bargain, board of softwood, business transaction, cards distributed or received, distribute cards, distribution of cards, give out a particular card, distribute; supply; direct; take care; sell, trade, make somebody experience
American Federation of Teachers, American Federation of Teachers; trade union for professionals in the fields of education healthcare and public service (founded in 1916)AFT
an exchange, contract, exchange one thing for another, trade, barter; make an exchange or trade, something exchanged, swop, trade somethingswap
antiballistic missile, Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty; arms control agreement between the USA and the Soviet Union that limited both countries to 200 antiballistic missile launchers each (signed in 1972)ABM
any of a number of substances which are secreted into the bloodstream by endocrine glands and stimulate particular organs or tissues (Biochemistry), regulating chemical in body, regulating chemical in insects, regulating chemical in plants, synthetic r...hormone
appearing in one place, confined to one thing, high-class, news story publicized in only one newspaper or television/radio station, not including the stated numbers, report in one publication or program, restricted in use, restricting trade, see also:i...exclusive
argument, building used for commercial activities, conversion; stock market; trade, barter, act of giving something in return for something else, fee for payment, give one thing in return for another, replace one thing with another, give something and
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