A person who assigns an asset or right to another.
A special form of the aspiration psychrometer. developed by Assmann, in which the thermometric elements are well shielded from radiation. Psychrometric measurements may be taken with the instrument in the presence of direct solar radiation.
(AITC)An association formed in 1932 to represent the interests of investment trust companies. Its main.
In the UK the term 'assurance' tends to be used where insurance is taken out against something which.
In the UK the assured is a person (or people) who has entered into a life assurance contract with a.
At or towards the stern or rear of a ship.
A backward direction in the line of a vessel's fore and aft line; behind. If a vessel moves backwards it is said to move astern; opposite to ahead.
The bearing of an object 180 degrees from ahead (behind).
American Society for Testing and Materials.
A precursor to the sextant. An old navigational device for checking the altitude of the sun or stars.
Lacking a relationship to a time base or clock. In asynchronous communications, individual data characters are sent at an arbitrary rate.
A type of electric generator that produces alternating current that matches an existing power source.
An 'at best' order is an order given by a client to a broker where no particular instruction is.
An order to buy shares up to a maximum price or sell down to a minimum price.
The instruction a client gives a broker to obtain a quote from a market maker on the price for a.
In marine insurance this phrase applies to a ship which is free from its moorings and ready to sail.
A situation where the exercise price of a call/put option approximates to the current market price.
ACRONYM - Atmospheres absolute. It is the weight of the column of air existing above the earths surface at 45
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