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MIT

1. Market if touched. An order to a broker to buy or sell a security at a certain price when that price becomes available. MITs are common in futures markets, and the prices ordered are often derived from technical analysis. An MIT may be a day order or a GTC order, but not an immediate or cancel order. For example, if shares are trading at $10 and an MIT is made to buy at $11, the broker buys no securities until the price is actually $11 per share.

2. Municipal Investment Trust. A unit investment trust that invests primarily or exclusively in municipal bonds. The MIT buys these bonds and holds them until maturity, passing the coupons and principal on to unit holders.

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A crise da mise em scene, desencadeada neste momento, gera uma serie de filmes que operam no limiar de dois polos: a complexidade da encenacao e a busca pela verdade na sua forma mais crua.
The stage representation of the Phedre mise en abyme is also centrally positioned (pp.
Mises's explanation of the value of money based on the objective exchange value the monetary commodity had based on its non-monetary use before being adopted as money (Mises 1981, 130-31) runs into the same problem: there is no historical evidence for this process (North 2012b, 171).
The analysis of Mises, where b is a lower quantity than a and where b is a greater quantity than a, represents comparative statics, since changes in equilibrium are examined.
Mises, in contrast, was an ethnic Jew, born in Lemberg, Galicia, in the outer reaches of the Austro-Hungarian Empire (the city is now called L'viv and located in Ukraine).
Now Mises came to the heart of his argument, which he presented in two bold theses:
The most surprising outcome of these theoretical advances was, however, Mises's theory of interest.
The seminal work in Austrian economics in Human Action, authored by Hayek's tutor (and Menger's student) Ludwig von Mises. Von Mises was an Austrian who emigrated to the United States just before the Second World War, served as a member of the editorial board of American Opinion (a parent magazine of THE NEW AMERICAN), and lived the Cassandra complex that Scarborough said Schiff had endured.
The development and practical application of the new discipline of economic science was, according to Mises, the most spectacular event of modern history.
Mises Capital is entitled to 100 per cent of the revenues on 35 bopd of production from Bolivar-1 until such time as the well's gross oil production declines below 70 bopd, after which the company will receive a 50 per cent share of the revenues from the gross production.
The Myth of National Defense: Essays on the Theory and History of Security Production, Hoppe, Hans-Hermann, ed., Auburn: Mises Institute