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short-term

Pert. to a brief period of time, usually as long as a day but less than a month. In business and finance, the same period is a year or less.
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Between October 2011 and October 2012, the average premium increased 3% for individual short-term policies and increased 5% for family short-term policies.
While only representing one in four short-term disability claims, these types of claims account for 56% of short-term disability medical costs, and many could be prevented with proper treatment.
In these unusual economic times, and with the overall uncertain environment which currently prevails, short-term financing will be a critical resource for borrowers in need of lenders capable of quick response and the ability to creatively finance even the most complex loan.
The Bundesbank has always worded that issuing short-term government debt is too much like printing money.
Short-term objectives, to be of value, must create additional leverage.
Recommendations for domestic short-term bond funds include: * Scudder Short-Term Bond Fund, (800-225-2470); * Fidelity Short-Term Bond Fund, (800-544-8888); * Vanguard Fixed-Income Short-Term Corporate Portfolio, (800-662-7447); and * Strong Short-Term Bond Fund, (800-368-1030).
The following short-term instrument ratings are revised upward:
The pressures on short-term performance heavily influence the way they set goals, both in terms of the metrics and time frames they coven This creates a culture that is all about meeting quarterly expectations--often at the expense of longer-term value creation.
Based on this analysis, unless the trust's or estate's governing instrument provides otherwise (or applicable local law deviates from the RUPIA with respect to RIC distributions), short-term capital gain distributions from a RIC to a trust or estate should retain their character as capital gain and thus be allocated to corpus.
Again, members of the military have a demonstrated need for access to short-term credit.
NEW YORK -- Fitch Ratings affirms the 'A+' long-term Issuer Default Rating (IDR) and 'F1' short-term issuer rating of SunTrust Banks, Inc.