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Market Technicians Association

A professional organization for technical analysts. Technical analysts use statistics to determine trends in security prices, and make or recommend investment decisions based on those trends. They do not attempt to determine the intrinsic value of securities, but instead focus on matters such as trade volume, demand, and volatility. The MTA establishes standards of ethical practice among technical analysts, provides a forum for discussing issues in the field, and operates the Chartered Market Technician program.
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We are in substantial compliance today,'' said MTA attorney Patricia Glaser.
In Kentucky, the Bluegrass MTA featured the Lois McCoy Festival, where students played in an encouraging atmosphere.
It could be about the way MTA went about its business or it could most certainly be about eminent domain.
As the MTA issues additional bonds to finance its transit and commuter rail capital needs, debt service coverage is expected to fall but remain strong based on MTA's need to sustain operating subsidies, which are paid after debt service.
After the acrimonious standoffs of the past, the MTA, unions and board Chairman Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa called the agreement historic and proof that a new, more respectful negotiating style embraced by the mayor and the MTA could work.
She is past president of the Ohio MTA and MTNA's East Central Division.
The 13-member MTA board evaluated and compared the Jets bid of $720 million to Cablevision's offer of $760 million and TransGas Energy's $1 billion bid.
MTA New York City Transit (NYCT) is the largest agency in the MTA regional transportation network, which also includes MTA Staten Island Railway (part of NYC Transit's Department of Subways), MTA Long Island Rail Road, MTA Long Island Bus, MTA Metro-North Railroad, MTA Bridges and Tunnels, MTA Bus and MTA Capital Construction.
A longtime advocate of above- or below-ground transportation, including rail and subterranean busways, he and others say the bus line could reach capacity sooner than the MTA thinks.
If the MTA reached an agreement with a different developer, we would certainly take a look at that project," said Gargano.
The MTA conservatively projects that 2006 pledged revenues will be little changed from the prior year as assumed declines in real estate-related tax revenues offset fare revenue and other subsidy growth.
Laying out their legal defense on Friday, MTA officials contend their $1.