1. NAV Return

  2. NCUA-Insured Institution

  3. Near Money

  4. Near Term - NT

  5. Near The Money

  6. Nearby Month

  7. Neckline

  8. Needs Approach

  9. Negative Amortization

  10. Negative Amortization Limit

  11. Negative Arbitrage

  12. Negative Assurance

  13. Negative Authorization

  14. Negative Butterfly

  15. Negative Carry

  16. Negative Carry Pair

  17. Negative Confirmation

  18. Negative Convexity

  19. Negative Correlation

  20. Negative Covenant

  21. Negative Directional Indicator - -DI

  22. Negative Equity

  23. Negative Feedback

  24. Negative Float

  25. Negative Gap

  26. Negative Gearing

  27. Negative Goodwill

  28. Negative Growth

  29. Negative Income Tax - NIT

  30. Negative Obligation

  31. Negative Pledge Clause

  32. Negative Points

  33. Negative Return

  34. Negative Verification

  35. Negative Volume Index - NVI

  36. Negative Watch

  37. Negatively Amortizing Loan

  38. Neglected Firm Effect

  39. Negotiable

  40. Negotiable Bill Of Lading

  41. Negotiable Certificate Of Deposit (NCD)

  42. Negotiable Instrument

  43. Negotiable Order of Withdrawal (NOW) Account

  44. Negotiated Dealing System - NDS

  45. Negotiated Market

  46. Negotiated Sale

  47. Negotiated Underwriting

  48. Negotiation

  49. Nellie Mae

  50. Nelson Index

  51. Neoclassical Economics

  52. Neoclassical Growth Theory

  53. Neoliberalism

  54. Nepalese Rupee - NPR

  55. Nervous Nellie

  56. Nest Egg

  57. Net Acres

  58. Net Advantage To Leasing - NAL

  59. Net Asset Value - NAV

  60. Net Asset Value Per Share - NAVPS

  61. Net Borrowed Reserves

  62. Net Borrower

  63. Net Cash

  64. Net Change

  65. Net Charge Off - NCO

  66. Net Charge-Off Rate

  67. Net Current Asset Value Per Share - NCAVPS

  68. Net Debt

  69. Net Debt Per Capita

  70. Net Debt To Assessed Valuation

  71. Net Debt To EBITDA Ratio

  72. Net Debt To Estimated Valuation

  73. Net Domestic Product - NDP

  74. Net Exporter

  75. Net Exports

  76. Net Exposure

  77. Net Foreign Assets (NFA)

  78. Net Foreign Factor Income (NFFI)

  79. Net Free Reserves

  80. Net Importer

  81. Net Income - NI

  82. Net Income After Taxes - NIAT

  83. Net Institutional Sales - NIS

  84. Net Interest Cost (NIC)

  85. Net Interest Income

  86. Net Interest Margin

  87. Net Interest Margin Securities - NIMS

  88. Net Interest Rate Differential

  89. Net Interest Rate Spread

  90. Net International Investment Position (NIIP)

  91. Net Investment

  92. Net Investment Income

  93. Net Lease

  94. Net Lending

  95. Net Liquid Assets

  96. Net Long

  97. Net Loss

  98. Net Margin

  99. Net National Product - NNP

  100. Net Neutrality

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