1. No-Ratio Mortgage

  2. No-Shop Clause

  3. Nobel Memorial Prize In Economic Sciences

  4. Noise

  5. Noise Trader

  6. Noise Trader Risk

  7. NOK

  8. NOK (Norwegian Krone)

  9. Nominal

  10. Nominal Effective Exchange Rate - NEER

  11. Nominal GDP

  12. Nominal Interest Rate

  13. Nominal Quotation

  14. Nominal Rate Of Return

  15. Nominal Value

  16. Nominal Yield

  17. Nominal Yield Spread

  18. Nominalism

  19. Nominated Advisor - NOMAD

  20. Nomination Committee

  21. Nominee

  22. Nominee Distribution

  23. Nominee Dividend

  24. Nominee Interest

  25. Non-Accelerating Inflation Rate Of Unemployment - NAIRU

  26. Non-Accountable Plan

  27. Non-Accredited Investor

  28. Non-Amortizing Loan

  29. Non-Assessable Stock

  30. Non-Banking Financial Company - NBFC

  31. Non-Borrowed Reserves

  32. Non-Capped Fund

  33. Non-Cash Charge

  34. Non-Client Order

  35. Non-Compete Agreement

  36. Non-Competition Agreement

  37. Non-Competitive Tender

  38. Non-Contestability Clause

  39. Non-Controlling Interest

  40. Non-Core Assets

  41. Non-Core Item

  42. Non-Covered Security

  43. Non-Deliverable Forward - NDF

  44. Non-Deliverable Swap - NDS

  45. Non-Directed Order

  46. Non-Disclosure Agreement - NDA

  47. Non-Equity Option

  48. Non-Executive Director

  49. Non-Fluctuating

  50. Non-GAAP Earnings

  51. Non-Hydraulic Fracturing

  52. Non-Interest Income

  53. Non-Interest-Bearing Current Liability - NIBCL

  54. Non-Marginable Securities

  55. Non-Marketable Security

  56. Non-Member Banks

  57. Non-Member Trader

  58. Non-Negotiable

  59. Non-Notification Loan

  60. Non-Objecting Beneficial Owner - NOBO

  61. Non-Open Market

  62. Non-Operating Asset

  63. Non-Operating Cash Flows

  64. Non-Operating Expense

  65. Non-Operating Income

  66. Non-Owner Occupied

  67. Non-Performing Asset - NPA

  68. Non-Possessory Lien

  69. Non-Publicly Offered Mutual Fund

  70. Non-Purpose Loan

  71. Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation - NQDC

  72. Non-Qualified Distribution

  73. Non-Qualified Plan

  74. Non-Qualified Stock Option - NSO

  75. Non-Qualifying Investment

  76. Non-Recourse Debt

  77. Non-Recourse Expense

  78. Non-Recourse Finance

  79. Non-Recourse Sale

  80. Non-Refundable Tax Credit

  81. Non-Registered Account (Canada)

  82. Non-Renounceable Rights

  83. Non-REO Foreclosure

  84. Non-Resident

  85. Non-Resident Entertainers' Tax

  86. Non-Sampling Error

  87. Non-Scheduled Personal Property

  88. Non-Security

  89. Non-Spouse Beneficiary Rollover

  90. Non-Sufficient Funds - NSF

  91. Non-Traded REIT

  92. Nonaccrual Experience Method - NAE

  93. Nonaccrual Loan

  94. Nonbank Banks

  95. Noncallable

  96. Noncash Item

  97. Noncommercial Trader

  98. Nonconforming Mortgage

  99. Nonconvertible Currency

  100. Noncredit Services

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