AUThe two-character ISO 3166 country code for AUSTRALIA.
Budget authorityBudget authority
Broad responsibility by Congress that government agencies have the power to spend federal funds. Congress can specify criteria for the spending of these funds. For example, it may stipulate that a given agency must spend within a specific year, number of years, or any time in the future. The basic forms of budget authority are; appropriations, authority to borrow, contract authority, and authority to obligate and expend offsetting receipts and collections. The period of time during which Congress makes funds available may be specified as one-year, multiple years or no year. The available amount may be classified as either definite or indefinite; a specific amount or an unspecified amount can be made available. Authority may also be classified as current or permanent. Permanent authority requires no current action by Congress.
A system whose probabilities are well described by the normal distribution, or bell shaped curve.
Claused Bill of LadingClaused Bill of Lading
A bill of lading whit a notation that indicates damage or shortage. Also called foul bill of lading and are the opposite of clean bills of lading.
Periodic call auctionPeriodic call auction
Selling stocks by bid at intervals throughout the day.
Authoritarian CultureAuthoritarian Culture
An organizational culture characterized by the holding of all power (decision making and information) at the top of the organization. The authoritarian organization seeks to maintain the status quo and forces workers to conform, never question or give feedback, play politics, and wait for orders.
Bolsa de Valores de Sao Paulo (BOVESPA)
No Bonus Clause
Due on sale clause
Auto Regressive (AR)Process
Automated Export System
Securities and Futures Authority
Events of default
"Subject To" Clause
automated pit trading
Water authority search fee
Automatic funds transfer