New Listing: A security that has just been entered on a stock or bond exchange for trading.
New-Issues Market: The market in which a new issue of securities is first sold to investors. This is not a separate market but refers to a niche of the overall market.
New Zealand Stock Exchange: Automated, screen-based national trading system based in Wellington.
New Zealand Dairy Board (NZDB): The New Zealand Dairy Board is a quasi- government corporation that was explicitly created by New Zealand statute to purchase all New Zealand dairy products that are manufactured for export. . . . View Full Definition
New York Stock Exchange Composite Index: This New York Stock Exchange Composite Index measures the performance of the common stocks listed on the NYSE, including those of companies headquartered in the United States and in other co . . . View Full Definition
Newbie: A term to describe anyone new to an area, whether it be a particular forum online or the Internet.
Newel Post: The large starting post to which the end of a stair guard railing or balustrade is fastened.
Newborns And Mothers Health Protection Act (NMHPA) Of 1996: Requires a minimum length of hospital confinement in conjunction with childbirth. This requirement applies to health plans and health insurance companies that provide hospital stays for chil . . . View Full Definition
Newborns And Mothers Health Protection Act (NMHPA): A federal law which mandates that coverage for hospital stays for childbirth cannot generally be less than 48 hours for normal deliveries or 96 hours for cesarean births.
Newbie or Noob: Term used to describe an inexperienced player, or to be derogatory about another player’s skills. There are many spellings used, often using leetspeak: 'newbie,' 'newb,' 'noob,' 'n00b,' or e . . . View Full Definition