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Advisory letter

A newsletter offering financial advice to its readers.

Advisory Letter

A newsletter offering financial advice to readers or subscribers. An advisory letter may be broad by discussing macroeconomic trends, or it may offer specific advice on particular sectors of certain markets. If an advisory letter offers advice on specific securities, the author(s) are normally registered investment advisors with the SEC, and investors should exercise caution if they are not.
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In 2018 the CMA issued 19 warning letters and 3 advisory letters about resale price maintenance: alerting companies to the illegal nature of this practice and prompting action to ensure compliance.
The spokesman added that enforcement is a "three-stage process", which involves at least two advisory letters to the resident, explaining the need to recycle their waste.
class="MsoNormalIn February, the Food and Drug Administration issued 12 warning letters and five advisory letters to companies the agency said were illegally marketing 58 dietary supplements that claim to prevent, treat or cure Alzheimer's disease or other serious conditions.
THE FOOD AND DRUG Administration has issued warning letters to 12 companies and advisory letters to 5 companies illegally selling more than 58 products claiming to treat Alzheimer's disease.
At the same time, the agency announced it sent 12 warning letters and five online advisory letters to companies whose products--many of which are marketed as dietary supplements--are being sold illegally as unapproved new drugs because they make unproven claims to prevent, treat, or cure Alzheimer's disease or other diseases and conditions like diabetes and cancer.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has posted 12 warning letters and five online advisory letters issued to foreign and domestic companies that are illegally selling more than 58 products, many that are sold as dietary supplements, which are unapproved new drugs and/or misbranded drugs that claim to prevent, treat or cure Alzheimer's disease and a number of other serious diseases and health conditions, it was reported yesterday.
Under the new plan, the FDA has already sent 12 (https://www.fda.gov/NewsEvents/Newsroom/PressAnnouncements/ucm631064.htm) warning letters and five online advisory letters to companies that produce dietary supplements that are being illegally marketed.
The agency also announced it had sent 12 warning letters and five advisory letters earlier this month to companies that the FDA said are selling dozens of products that contain unapproved drugs or use illegal claims for treating Alzheimer's and other serious diseases.
Advisory letters were issued to 17 contractors who have committed multiple offences within a one-year period.
Thousands of warnings - known as insurance advisory letters - can be issued daily, without the need to catch uninsured drivers on the road.

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