National Standards And Testing Program (NSTP)
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National Standards And Testing Program (NSTP): The NSTP is a program created to provide basic installation training to satellite TV systems installers.
Outstanding Stock: Issued stock that is still being held by investors.
Outstanding Shares: The shares of stock that a corporation has issued and not reacquired are described as its outstanding shares. Some but not all of these shares are available for trading in the marketplace. A . . . View Full Definition
Outstanding Share Capital: Issued share capital less the par value of shares that are held as the company's treasury stock.
Overhand Lay-Up Shot: A lay-up shot with the shooting hand positioned on the back of the ball with the palm facing the basket.
P and I: Stands for principal and interest on bonds or mortgage-backed securities.
Pan And Scan: A method used to crop the picture frame of the original source material produced in a 'wide-screen' format, (any format wider than NTSC-analog's 4:3 aspect ratio) so it will fit a convention . . . View Full Definition
Packers And Stockyards Act Of 1921: P.L. 67-51 (August 15, 1921) remains, in amended form, the basic authority for USDA to regulate marketing practices in the livestock, poultry, and meat industries. The law was enacted to pre . . . View Full Definition
P and S: Purchase and sale statement. A statement provided by the broker showing change in the customer's net ledger balance after the offset of any previously established positions.
P and L: Profit and loss statement for a trader.
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Malty: An aromatic sensation created by a moderately volatile set of aldehydes and ketones that produces sensations reminiscent of toasted grains.