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Amount of One per Period

The interest that a $1 deposit accumulates as it compounds over time. This is often used as an example to demonstrate the power of compounding.
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Summary: Azerbaijan's Southern Gas Corridor company completed the issuance of a 10-year Eurobond in the amount of $1.
Clifford Chance advised DP World Limited as the issuer in connection with its debut issuance of a convertible bond in principle amount of $1 billion, exchangeable into shares in DP World Limited, with a coupon of 1.
The rider was previously available only on policies carrying a face amount of $1 million or greater.
Craig Bjornsund, senior vice president and managing director of North-Marq's New York Metro Regional office, arranged first mortgage financing in the amount of $1 million for 351 West Broadway, New York.
Lutherans already have their required amount of $1 million, while the diocese, which has only half of the amount, has launched a campaign to raise its share and to increase the total capital of its church extension fund by $2.
The lease agreement stated that Y will provide X with a construction allowance in the amount of $1 million for the retail space; it also provides that, to the extent the $1 million construction allowance is spent on qualified long-term real property, it is for the purpose of constructing or improving qualified long-term real property for use in X's business at the retail space located at Y's shopping center.
For that, they are given a token amount of $1 per year (about 76 cents after taxes) to meet the state legal mandate of duty-sworn and compensated peace officers,'' Parker says.
Madison National Bank was permitted access to the discount window for adjustment credit on January 22, 1991, in the amount of $1 million and the loan was increased to $3.
Higher taxes in the amount of $1 billion from businesses
QNB said, The syndication was well supported and closed oversubscribed, allowing the facility to be upsized from the launch amount of $1.
A permanent mortgage in the amount of $1,400,000 was negotiated by David Tobin for three taxpayers in Orange, NJ;
WMAN, Wi-Fi (US) investment totals $ 80M by 2010, trailing off from previous years but reaching an aggregate amount of $1.