Plus

Business / Finance / Plus: Used to quote a price in 64ths. Dealers in government bonds normally give price quotes in 32nds. To quote a bid or offer in 64ths, they use pluses; a dealer who bids 4+ is bidding the handle plus 4/32 + 1/64, which equals the handle plus 9/64.

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Plus Noun Synonyms: and, added to, increased by, with the addition of, with an increment of, (coupled) with, together with
Plus Preposition Synonyms: addition, bonus, extra, gain, benefit, asset, advantage, profit, return
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Surplus

Business / Agriculture / Surplus: The amount by which available supplies are greater than the quantity that will bring producers an adequate income. A surplus may be due to production outrunning demand, a decline in consumption, or a MORE

Plus Tick Seller

Business / Finance / Plus Tick Seller: Used for listed equity securities. A short seller (referring to the regulation requiring a plus tick to short). MORE

Acquired Surplus

Business / Finance / Acquired Surplus: The surplus acquired when a company is purchased in a pooling of interests combination, i.e. the net worth not considered to be capital stock. MORE

Live Plus Ratings

Technology / Television (TV) / Live Plus Ratings: Nielsen Media Research term for live ratings plus seven-day DVR playback activity. MORE

Sell Plus Order

Business / Finance / Sell Plus Order: Market or limit order to sell a stated amount of stock provided that the price to be obtained is not lower than the last sale if the last sale was a plus, or zero plus tick, and is not lower than the MORE

Cost-Plus

Business / Real Estate / Cost-Plus: A method of paying construction contractors when the contractor is paid the actual costs of the job plus a percentage for profit. MORE

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