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Arbs

Short for Arbitrageurs..

Arbitrageur

A trader who practices arbitrage. That is, an arbitrageur attempts to profit from inefficiencies in price by making transactions that offset each other. For example, one may buy a security at a low price, and, within a few seconds, re-sell it to a willing buyer at a higher price. Arbitrageurs can keep prices relatively stable as markets attempt to resist their attempts at price exploitation. They often use computer programs because their transactions can be complex and occur in rapid succession.
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ENPNewswire-August 29, 2019--FDA - Statement on the agency's ongoing efforts to resolve safety issue with ARB medications
Mr Nyakundi said an ARBS pre-needs assessment survey found that most elderly people live in poverty."The government set aside Sh9 billion for the welfare of Kenyans aged 70 years and above.
Moreover, LBP said it seeks to pursue a more focused and direct approach in lending to provide more ARBs and individual small farmers with access to credit.
To further increase agricultural productivity of ARBs, LANDBANK initially allocated P5 billion for a newly-enhanced direct lending program which specifically caters to them.
LandBank will focus on lending to individual ARBs with emancipation patents (EPs)/ CLOAs, leaseholders with existing leasehold contracts or any title under agrarian reform programs, identified through a list to be provided by DAR, the Bank's program partner.
CCLOAs refer to existing and registered certificates of land ownership award issued by the DAR to farmers' cooperatives, associations, other organized groups, or group of ARBs who are not yet formally organized.
Most of the studies have compared DPP4i with a placebo; the efficacy of combined treatment with DPP4i and ARBs has not been well characterized.
The study added that the Philippine government, specifically the Department of Agrarian Reform, 'failed to protect the interests of ARBs who enter into such agreements, by failing to provide legal and technical support to ARBs to ensure fairer contractual terms.'
Shakil Ahmad Director Marketing and Sales PharmEvo thanked the guest speakers, chairperson and the expert's panel for highlighting the safety and efficacy of ARBs in cardiology and renal disorders.
This health economic analysis reveals that it is more cost beneficial to treat chronic hypertensive patients with an ACEI than with ARBs to prevent cardiovascular-related complications.
Arbs were featured in Wavetek's 1992 article "GUIs Simplify the Generation of Real-World Test Signals" which is representative of the trend toward menu-driven instruments at that time.