FACT Act Of 1990

Business / Agriculture / FACT Act Of 1990: Food, Agriculture, Conservation, and Trade Act of 1990: the omnibus 1990 farm bill.

Other Words for Act

Act Noun Synonyms: deed, action, undertaking, operation, step, move, feat, exploit, accomplishment, achievement
Act Verb Synonyms: behave (oneself), carry on, deport oneself, comport oneself, conduct oneself
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Other Words for Fact

Fact Noun Synonyms: reality, actuality, truth, certainty
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Export Administration Act (EAA) Of 1979

Business / Agriculture / Export Administration Act (EAA) Of 1979: P.L. 96-72 (September 29, 1979) provides legal authority to the President to control U.S. exports for reasons of national security, foreign policy, and/or short supply. However, the FACT Act of 1990 ( MORE

Contract Sanctity

Business / Agriculture / Contract Sanctity: The concept that U.S. agricultural products already contracted to be exported should not be subject to government cancellation because of short supply, national security, and/or foreign policy reasons MORE

Consolidated Farm And Rural Development Act Of 1961

Business / Agriculture / Consolidated Farm And Rural Development Act Of 1961: P.L. 87-128 (August 8, 1961) authorized a major expansion of USDA lending activities, which at the time were administered by Farmers Home Administration (fmha), but now through the Farm Service Agency MORE

Outside Of You

Business / Finance / Outside Of You: Used for listed equity securities. Another order bidding for or offering stock at the same price that the trader has put on the floor himself, represented by another broker in the trading crowd. These MORE

Overreaction Hypothesis

Business / Finance / Overreaction Hypothesis: The supposition that investors overreact to unanticipated news, resulting in exaggerated movements in stock prices followed by corrections. MORE

Out-Of-The-Money Option

Business / Finance / Out-Of-The-Money Option: A call option is out of the money if the strike price is greater than the market price of the underlying security. That is, you have the right to purchase a security at a price higher than the market MORE

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