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Negotiable Certificate of Deposit

A certificate of deposit of large value that can be bought and sold but not redeemed before maturity. See also: Jumbo CD, Callable CD.

negotiable certificate of deposit

A large denomination ($100,000 and larger) certificate of deposit that is issued in bearer form and that can be traded in the secondary market. Negotiable CDs appeal mainly to companies and institutional investors interested in low-risk investments with a high degree of liquidity. See also money market.
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NCD has provided products to the Navy for nearly a century.
The addition of wireless and mobile capabilities are clearly the next logical steps in the advancement of thin client technology," added David Shefet, president, Daisy Data, an NCD reseller.
Also announced today is a new version of the industry-leading NCD ThinSTAR Operating System, NCD's server-based management tool.
With NCD ThinSTARs, we have found a solution that fits our organizational structure of distributed locations perfectly, and also eases our system administration issues, including maintenance, service and updates.
The conference also held in-depth discussions on good practices and experiences of ASEAN Member States and partners in addressing NCD and lifestyle-related health priorities of the ASEAN health cooperation.
Sharjah hosted the first edition of the Global NCD Alliance Forum, which was held under the theme 'NCD Advocacy and Accountability in the Post-2015 Era' in November 2015.
Research indicates that more than 60 per cent of deaths around the world happen due to NCDs.
The new NCD Alliance programme is designed to build the capacity of NCD civil society, to monitor national progress on NCDs and advocate for improved NCD policies and the strengthening of health systems.
The NCD official spokesman said that, according to the minutes of the previous session, participants considered a paper on explanations and definitions presented by representatives of the opposition national democratic societies dated 28th April 2013 regarding firm tenets, principles and values mentioned on their paper presented on 17 March 2013 in which they presented their remarks in this regard.
The NCD, which represents about 6 000 general practitioners (GPs) who have permits to dispense medicines, served the department of health with court papers last month, following numerous talks that failed to find a solution acceptable to all parties.
The National Society of Newspaper Columnists (NSNC) marked NCD for the first time on April 18, 1995 -- the 50th anniversary of the day famed columnist Ernie Pyle was shot to death while covering World War II.