Word Lists in the Business and Finance Category

The world of businesses, corporations, profit and non-profit, and financial institutions.

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  • Tuck Everlasting Characters (7 words)
    Example: The 10-year-old main protagonist of the novel.: Winnie Foster , Stopped aging at age 17 and is therefore described as very good-looking, despite being 104.: Jesse Tuck, The leader of the Tuck family, the husband of Mae and the father of Jesse and Miles.: Angus Tuck, Angus’s wife and the mother of Jesse and Miles and she is gentle and kind.: Mae Tuck
  • shs (4 words)
    Example: njnninisx: jhbh, hbjjnn: hbhjbh, hbjhb: bhbhb, hghjg: bbjb
  • Economics vocabulary (7 words)
    Example: Policy designed to redress past discrimination against minority groups through measures to improve their economic and educational opportunities: Affirmative Action, Opponents of ratification of the Constitution and of a strong central government: Antifederalists, the first constitution of the United States: Articles of Confederation, The principle of a two-house legislature.: Bicameralism
  • Economics vocabulary (7 words)
    Example: Policy designed to redress past discrimination against minority groups through measures to improve their economic and educational opportunities: Affirmative Action, Opponents of ratification of the Constitution and of a strong central government: Antifederalists, the first constitution of the United States: Articles of Confederation, The principle of a two-house legislature.: Bicameralism
  • MORTGAGE SERVICES (7 words)
    Example: Please describe how to edit HUB records to avoid re-keying an Aviva application if any changes are made by editing ALPS : , Please outline the Key Benefits to MS Connect : , If you have any questions regarding MS Connect who is the go to person in Mortgage Development?: , Every now and then users will receive alerts to notify them of mandatory read documents or new versions of documents they are subscribed to, where will this be displayed?:
  • The Basics Module 1 - Common Sense Economics (7 words)
    Example: Incentives are the rewards and penalties associated with choices. : Incentives, When productive resources are limited and the human desire for goods and services is practically unlimited: scarcity, The highest valued alternative good or activity that must be sacrificed as a result of choosing an option: Opportunity Cost, Economic theory that states individuals make economic decisions when the value is determined by how much additional utility or benefit an extra unit of a good or service provides: Marginalism
  • The Basics Module 1 - Common Sense Economics (7 words)
    Example: Incentives are the rewards and penalties associated with choices. : Incentives, When productive resources are limited and the human desire for goods and services is practically unlimited: scarcity, The highest valued alternative good or activity that must be sacrificed as a result of choosing an option: Opportunity Cost, Economic theory that states individuals make economic decisions when the value is determined by how much additional utility or benefit an extra unit of a good or service provides: Marginalism
  • CTE - Introduction to Productivity (7 words)
    Example: What is a Career Plan?: An outline of what you want to do in life, What is Productivity?: A measure of the efficiency of a person, What is the purpose of an Agenda ?: To keep track of yor time and schedule, Name 3 Communication Styles? : Visual, Hands-On, Writting, Technology.
  • CTE - Introduction to Productivity (7 words)
    Example: What is a Career Plan?: An outline of what you want to do in life, What is Productivity?: A measure of the efficiency of a person, What is the purpose of an Agenda ?: To keep track of yor time and schedule, Name 3 Communication Styles? 1. 2. 3. : Visual, Hands-On, Writting, Technology.
  • CTE - Introduction to Productivity (7 words)
    Example: What is a Career Plan?: An outline of what you want to do in life, What is Productivity?: A measure of the efficiency of a person, What is the purpose of an Agenda ?: To keep track of yor time and schedule, Name 3 Communication Styles?: Visual, Hands-On, Writting, Technology.
  • CTE - Introduction to Productivity (7 words)
    Example: What is a Career Plan?: An outline of what you want to do in life, What is Productivity?: A measure of the efficiency of a person, What is the purpose of an Agenda ?: To keep track of yor time and schedule, What is a Communication Style?: The way you express yourself to others.
  • Science (4 words)
    Example: hat are Biblical Kinds?: groups of reproducing organisms that Gd established, Where do plants get there energy?: sun, What is taxonomny?: science of classifying living organisms, Today's classification system was developed by Linnaus what are they?: kingdom,phylum,class,order,family,genus, and species
  • Science (4 words)
    Example: What are Biblical Kinds?: groups of reproducing organisms that Gd established, Where do plants get there energy?: sun, What is taxonomny?: , Today's classification system was developed by Linnaus what are they?: kingdom,phylum,class,order,family,genus, and species
  • Macroeconomics (7 words)
    Example: A keynesian term for a relation between the changes in demand for consumer goods and changes in the demand for capital goods: accelerator, A type of inventory investment when customers buy a different amount of product than expected: unintended, A keynesian term for a relation between the changes in consumption and changes in output: multiplier, A situation with a very high levels of unemployment and very low levels of output, compared to the historical average: depression
  • Macroeconomics (7 words)
    Example: A keynesian term for a relation between the changes in demand for consumer goods and changes in the demand for capital goods: accelerator, A type of inventory investment when customers buy a different amount of product than expected: unintended, A keynesian term for a relation between the changes in consumption and changes in output: multiplier, A situation with a very high levels of unemployment and very low levels of output, compared to the historical average: depression
  • Macroeconomics (7 words)
    Example: A keynesian term for a relation between the changes in demand for consumer goods and changes in the demand for capital goods: accelerator, A type of inventory investment when customers buy a different amount of product than expected: unintended, A keynesian term for a relation between the changes in consumption and changes in output: multiplier, A situation with a very high levels of unemployment and very low levels of output, compared to the historical average: depression
  • Economic Vocab Word Search (20 words)
    Example: economic law that states that consumers buy more of a good when its price decreases and less when its price increases: law of demand, ____ effect: when consumers react to an increase in a good’s price by substituting it with a similar product: substitution, when the price of a product gets higher, the producer supplies more: law of supply, too much demand, not enough supply: excess demand

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