1. Net Operating Income - NOI

  2. Net Operating Loss - NOL

  3. Net Operating Profit After Tax - NOPAT

  4. Net Operating Profit Less Adjusted Taxes - NOPLAT

  5. Net Option Premium

  6. Net Order Imbalance Indicator (NOII)

  7. Net Payoff

  8. Net Present Value - NPV

  9. Net Present Value Of Growth Opportunities - NPVGO

  10. Net Present Value Rule

  11. Net Proceeds

  12. Net Profits Interest

  13. Net Realizable Value - NRV

  14. Net Receivables

  15. Net Revenue Pledge

  16. Net Sales

  17. Net Settlement

  18. Net Short

  19. Net Tangible Assets

  20. Net Unrealized Appreciation - NUA

  21. Net Volume

  22. Net Worth

  23. Net-Net

  24. Net-Worth Certificate

  25. Netback

  26. Netfile

  27. Netscaped

  28. Netting

  29. Network Effect

  30. Network Marketing

  31. Networking

  32. Neural Network

  33. Neutral

  34. Neutrality Of Money

  35. Nevada Corporation

  36. New Alternative Transportation to Give Americans Solutions Act of 2011

  37. New Economy

  38. New Fund Offer - NFO

  39. New Growth Theory

  40. New Home Sales

  41. New Indications

  42. New Issue

  43. New Keynesian Economics

  44. New Mexico State Investment Office Trust

  45. New Paradigm

  46. New York Board Of Trade - NYBOT

  47. New York Clearing House Association

  48. New York Dollar

  49. New York Futures Exchange - NYFE

  50. New York Mercantile Exchange - NYMEX

  51. New York Stock Exchange - NYSE

  52. New Zealand Stock Exchange (NZE) .NZ

  53. New Zealand Superannuation Fund

  54. Newly Industrialized Country - NIC

  55. News Trader

  56. NEX

  57. Next Of Kin

  58. Next-Day Funds

  59. Next-In, First-Out - NIFO

  60. NFA Compliance Rule 2-43b

  61. NGN

  62. NGN (Nigerian Naira)

  63. Niche Banks

  64. Nicholas D. Chabraja

  65. Nick Leeson

  66. Nickel

  67. Nifty 50

  68. Nigerian Barge Deal

  69. Nigerian Scam

  70. Night Cycle

  71. Night Depository

  72. Nikkei

  73. Nil-Paid

  74. Nine-Bond Rule

  75. Ninety-Day Savings Account

  76. NINJA Loan

  77. NIO

  78. NIO (Nicaraguan Cordoba)

  79. Nixon Shock

  80. NMF

  81. No Cash-Out Refinance

  82. No Dealing Desk

  83. No Documentation Mortgage - No Doc

  84. No Income / No Asset Mortgage - NINA

  85. No Protest - NP

  86. No Quote

  87. No Transaction Fee Mutual Fund

  88. No-Appraisal Loan

  89. No-Appraisal Mortgage

  90. No-Appraisal Refinancing

  91. No-Cost Mortgage

  92. No-Fee ETF

  93. No-Fee Mortgage

  94. No-Load Annuity

  95. No-Load Fund

  96. No-Load Life Insurance

  97. No-Par Value Stock

  98. No-Ratio Mortgage

  99. No-Shop Clause

  100. Nobel Memorial Prize In Economic Sciences

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  2. Joint Venture - JV

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