AMPS

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AMPS

Abbreviation for:
Alcohol Misuse Prevention Study
assessment of motor and process skills (Medspeak-UK)

Assessment of Motor and Process Skills

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AMPS

A performance test of complex tasks required for activities of daily living, used in rehabilitation. It is one of the first of a generation of functional performance assessments designed to accommodate differences in settings and raters through statistical mechanisms.
See: functional assessment
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The proposed structure, and the proposed offer to UBS's clients, are intended to be fully supportive of ongoing industry efforts to resolve liquidity issues regarding auction preferred stock.
UBS clients who elect not to sell their auction preferred stock in the proposed offer would retain their ability to sell in connection with implementation of any prospective industry proposals referred to above, as part of any redemptions by the issuing funds or in secondary market transactions.
As soon as reasonably practicable and believed consistent with the orderly liquidation of the Fund's portfolio, the Fund will (1) redeem in full its outstanding auction preferred stock ("APS") and pay APS holders their liquidation preference of $50,000 per share (plus accumulated but unpaid dividends up to and including the date of redemption); and (2) pay a final liquidating distribution to common stockholders consisting of a pro rata portion of the remaining assets of the Fund (plus accumulated but unpaid dividends up to and including the record date for the distribution).
DUC), and DTF Tax-Free Income Inc (DTF) received an update from the Funds' management and legal counsel on recent developments affecting the Funds' remarketed and auction preferred stock.
The Boards of Directors of Flaherty & Crumrine Preferred Income Fund Incorporated (NYSE:PFD), Flaherty & Crumrine Preferred Income Opportunity Fund Incorporated (NYSE:PFO) and Flaherty & Crumrine/Claymore Preferred Securities Income Fund Incorporated (NYSE:FFC) have announced that each Fund will optionally redeem all of its outstanding auction preferred stock ("APS") at a redemption price equal to the applicable liquidation preference, plus the amount of accumulated but unpaid dividends.
The following describes risks associated with leveraging each Fund through the use of borrowing, which do not materially differ from the risks each Fund currently faces through leveraging using auction preferred stock, except as mentioned immediately above.
The purpose of the meeting was to receive an update from the Funds' management and legal counsel on developments relating to the Funds' remarketed preferred stock and auction preferred stock that have occurred since the Boards' last discussion of the issue at their February 2008 meetings.
The Board of Directors of Flaherty & Crumrine/Claymore Total Return Fund Incorporated (NYSE:FLC) has announced that the Fund will optionally redeem all of its outstanding auction preferred stock ("APS") at a redemption price equal to the liquidation preference of $25,000 per share, plus the amount of accumulated but unpaid dividends, for consideration of approximately $29 million.
Northern Trust Corporation announced today (i) the call for redemption on May 21, 2003 of all of its outstanding Auction Preferred Stock, Series C (the "Series C Preferred") at the redemption price of $100,000 per share, plus accrued and unpaid dividends thereon to May 21, 2003 of $197.
The Board of Directors of Flaherty & Crumrine/Claymore Total Return Fund Incorporated (NYSE:FLC) has announced that the Fund will optionally redeem approximately 27% of its outstanding auction preferred stock ("APS") at a redemption price equal to the liquidation preference of $25,000 per share, plus the amount of accumulated but unpaid dividends, for consideration of approximately $10.
reported today that on January 15, 2003, it completed the issuance of a $120,000,000 leverage facility in the form of auction preferred stock which was rated "Aaa" by Moody's and "AAA" by Fitch Ratings.