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ADB

1. Adjusted Debit Balance. The amount of money an investor owes on a margin account. This is calculated as the amount the investor directly owes his/her broker less the paper profit the investor has made on short sales and similar transactions on a special miscellaneous account. The adjusted debit balance is important to determining the amount owed in case of a margin call. According to Regulation T, an investor can only make a cash or securities withdrawal if the adjusted debit balance is small.

2. Asian Development Bank. A bank that promotes economic growth and international development in the Asia-Pacific region of the world. It finances its activities with bonds and works closely with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank toward accomplishing its goals. Its two largest shareholders are the United States and Japan. It was established in 1966 and is headquartered in Manila.
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Both companies will also provide advisory and knowledge support for ADB's digital transformation.
ADB has already incorporated digital technology in operations across sectors and regions.
'ADB has an enduring development partnership with Pakistan.
It was also Dominguez who had proposed that the ADB and World Bank build on each other's complementarities to improve and more cohesively deliver development assistance to countries in the region.
Pakistan and the ADB signed the $500-million loan agreement on Wednesday.
Azerbaijan joined ADB in 1999 and its share in the Bank is 0.5 percent.
Housing bonds, the ADB explained, are classified in terms of purpose and not type of issuer or method of repayment.
However, the ADB's country office in Islamabad took a rare step on a public holiday to issue a statement distancing itself from the government's pronouncement.
This increased the gap between the rich and the poor and focused ADB on the need to promote inclusive growth in the region.
Second, ADB is accelerating progress in gender equality and will develop a strong pipeline of projects that integrate gender equality designs into a range of operations, including transport, energy, and urban infrastructure.
In 2018, ADB concluded 57 investigations of integrity violations in ADB-financed operations, 45 of which resulted in remedial actions on 109 firms and 42 individuals.
ADB President Takehiko Nakao and AIIB President Jin Liqun met on Thursday in ADB's headquarter in Manila and discussed a range of strategic and operational issues, the ADB said in a statement.