Cost-of-Savings Index

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Cost-of-Savings Index (COSI)

One of many interest rate indexes used to determine interest rate adjustments on an adjustable rate mortgage.

See Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM)/ARM Rate Indexes.

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Championsweretrained using atailor-made COSI Lean'toolbox'consisting of four-hourinteractiveworkshops,seven classroom sessions and particularlessonsand work-based projects.
Under the temporary regulations, a distribution was taken into account for purposes of the COSI requirement, if it were made "in connection with" a potential reorganization.
The final regulations now confirm that Target shareholders can sell Acquiror stock received in the reorganization third parties shortly after receiving it without causing the reorganization to fail to satisfy the COSI requirement.
Top Secret: License to Spy is $5 with general admission and $4 with COSI Membership.
For instance, the subsequent redemption of target shareholders by an acquiring corporation or a party related to the acquiring corporation as part of a pre-arranged plan would prevent the COSI requirement from being satisfied.
There will also be a live COSI On Wheels presentation of the "Astounding Astronomy" traveling program from 1pm C 3pm in the Atrium.
Senator John Glenn also shared his excitement with COSI about the reopening of the planetarium.
The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes opens Saturday, February 8, 2014 at COSI and runs through September 1, 2014 and is open during regular COSI hours.
SOURCE: Inland Food Enterprises, LLC, an independently owned and operated franchisee of COSI, Inc.
More than 30 million visitors from all 50 states have engaged with COSI both on-site and through its award-winning outreach programs.
The following COSI Museum Escape packages are only available on Fridays and Saturdays and offer unbeatable savings:
Here is a synopsis of why REV and COSI have a Zacks Rank of 4 (Sell) and should also most likely be sold or avoided for the next one to three months.