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  • 41Stock rotation — is the practice, used in hospitality and retail, especially in food stores such as restaurants and supermarkets, of moving products with an earlier sell by date to the front of a shelf (or in the cooler if the item is on repack so they get worked …

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  • 42stock — physical items ( inventory) that a business uses in its production process or has for sale in the ordinary course of doing business. Glossary of Business Terms Ownership of a corporation indicated by shares, which represent a piece of the… …

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  • 43Stock — Ownership of a corporation which is represented by shares which represent a piece of the corporation s assets and earnings. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * ▪ I. stock stock 1 [stɒk ǁ stɑːk] noun 1. [countable, uncountable] especially… …

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  • 44Stock market — Financial markets Public market Exchange Securities Bond market Fixed income Corporate bond Government bond Municipal bond …

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  • 45Stock car (rail) — In railroad terminology, a stock car is a type of rolling stock used for carrying livestock (not carcasses) to market. A traditional stock car resembles a boxcar with slats missing in the car s side (and sometimes end) for the purpose of… …

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  • 46Stock broker — A stock broker or stockbroker is a regulated professional broker who buys and sells shares and other securities through market makers or Agency Only Firms on behalf of investors. A broker may be employed by a brokerage firm. Contents 1 Services… …

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  • 47Stock — For capital stock in the sense of the fixed input of a production function, see Physical capital. For other uses, see Stock (disambiguation). Financial markets Public market Exchange Securities …

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  • 48Stock (firearm) — A stock, also known as a buttstock or shoulder stock, is present in many firearms and some crossbows (though a crossbow stock is properly a tiller ). [cite web |url=http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=tiller |title=Online Etymology… …

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  • 49Stock market bubble — A stock market bubble is a type of economic bubble taking place in stock markets when price of stocks rise and become overvalued by any measure of stock valuation. The existence of stock market bubbles is at odds with the assumptions of efficient …

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  • 50stock market — A market in which shares of stock are bought and sold. Chicago Board of Trade glossary Also called the equity market, the market for trading equities ( equity). Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * stock market UK US (also stockmarket) noun [C]… …

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  • 51Stock market — Also called the equity market, the market for trading equities. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * stock market UK US (also stockmarket) noun [C] FINANCE, STOCK MARKET ► the activity of buying and selling shares in particular companies,… …

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  • 52Stock-keeping unit — A Stock Keeping Unit, or SKU (pronounced either as an acronym (IPAEng|ˈskjuː) or as an initialism (IPA|/ˌɛsˌkeɪˈjuː/) “S–K–U”) is a unique identifier for each distinct product and services that can be ordered from a supplier. Usage of the SKU… …

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  • 53Stock Market Crash of 1929 — Economic event in the U.S. that precipitated the Great Depression. The U.S. stock market expanded rapidly in the late 1920s and reached a peak in August 1929, when prices began to decline while speculation increased. On October 18 the stock… …

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  • 54Stock company —    An ensemble of actors, led by a manager or director and performing a season of plays in sequence during a residence at a theatre or in a town, a stock company was an important form of theatre management during much of the modernist period,… …

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  • 55stock-car racing — Form of automobile racing. Popular in the U.S., it features cars that conform externally to standard U.S. commercial models and are raced usually on oval, paved tracks. The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR), founded in 1947… …

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  • 56Stock Market Capitalization To GDP Ratio — A ratio used to determine whether an overall market is undervalued or overvalued. The ratio can be used to focus on specific markets, such as the U.S. market, or it can be applied to the world market depending on what values are used in the… …

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  • 57Standing stock — may refer to:*Standing stock, a device to restrain an animal for handling *Standing stock, a measure of population density *Standing stock still (see Wiktionary)ee also*Stock …

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  • 58London Underground Main Line Stock — Saloon Stock Later YearsThe title R Stock was originally put forward in 1940 by London Transport as a way of identifying former coaches of Metropolitan Railway saloon stock still in use, but not on Circle Line services. However withdrawal of… …

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  • 59at rest inactive motionless static still — nonmoving onmoving adj. Not moving. Opposite of {moving}. [Narrower terms: {at rest, inactive, motionless, static, still}; {becalmed ; {dead(prenominal), stagnant, standing(prenominal), still}; {frozen(predicate), rooted(predicate), stock still ; …

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  • 60deadprenominal stagnant standingprenominal still — nonmoving onmoving adj. Not moving. Opposite of {moving}. [Narrower terms: {at rest, inactive, motionless, static, still}; {becalmed ; {dead(prenominal), stagnant, standing(prenominal), still}; {frozen(predicate), rooted(predicate), stock still ; …

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