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Imbalance

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One of the main conclusions from the results in Panel A and C of Table VI is that order imbalances in small trades are related across the small stock, large stock, and closed-end fund samples.
Inquire into matters such as power imbalances and domestic violence,
Global trade imbalances are heavily influenced by financial motivations, which arise in part because of the inability of emerging markets to allocate domestic savings efficiently.
In regards to orthodox economists, who argue in favor of leaving these economic processes alone, that is, to allow the "invisible hand of the market" to correct matters, Thurow reminds us that imbalances often stem from mistakes made by governments, not as a natural result of the advance of free markets.
The next chapters focus on metabolic disorders that can cause electrolyte imbalances.
For whatever it is worth, pro-life authors have warned of the coming debacle of population imbalances for over 25 years.
If you believe the media coverage of the 1990s, the newer selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are unlike the drugs of the past because these new medications treat a chemical imbalance that causes the diseases of depression and anxiety.
Imbalances of strength are very common among athletes and quite often the cause of injury.
New technologies for supply-chain management and flexible manufacturing imply that businesses can perceive imbalances in inventories at a very early stage--virtually in real time--and can cut production promptly in response to the developing signs of unintended inventory building.
Although details on how the issue of imbalances in tax rates will be addressed remain sketchy, Burrows says he is optimistic Bill 140 will help the cause.
Still, the draft revealed several hurdles those hoping to carve up the Los Angeles Unified School District may face - many tied to racial and enrollment imbalances the split could create.
Title VII expressly provides that nothing in the statute shall be interpreted to require employers to extend preference to remedy imbalances between the numerical representation of a particular group in the employer's work force and the numerical representation of that group in the community or community's work force.