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Report

Written or oral confirmation that all or part of one's order has been executed, including the price and size parameters of the trade being reported; often followed by a fresh picture.
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Report

1. See: Stockholder's report.

2. Confirmation that a broker makes to a client that an order has been executed. The report includes all relevant information, such as price and order size. It may be made orally or in writing. See also: Fresh picture.
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report

A confirmation of a transaction at the time of execution.
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Discordance Rate (%) by Report Format and Clinical Experience Format Experience(*) Original Modernized New All n Attending, pgy 6+ 18 24 34 25 15 Housestaff, pgy 2-5 26 32 34 31 11 Student, pgy 1 33 28 48 37 8 All 24 28 37 30 34
The Appraisal Standards Board advises that a Restricted Appraisal Report format is intended only in those few situations where only the client and no one else is expected to receive and rely on the report.
Although the abbreviated format is less expensive to produce, most firms which were surveyed did not consider the cost savings significant enough to change report format. Its cost savings were offset by the increased cost of preparing and printing a separate financial information section in the proxy statements.
The moderate assurance report format that uses an opinion on procedures, and which is similar to the agreed-upon procedures reports in the U.S., was not found to be significantly different from the high assurance report.
Line 4 creates the second half of the required .JOB file using AGDUPB report format (see Figure 6).
During initial discussions, we focused on the report format needs.
Two appendices are included: (1) Sample Visit Schedule; and (2) Sample Report Format and Example of Commendations, Issues, and Recommendations.
Volume 2 provides institutional performance accountability reports from community colleges, comprehensive/liberal arts colleges and universities, and research universities; indicators and definitions; guidelines for benchmarks; and accountability report format. Overall, the report concludes that the accountability reports of the community colleges were superior and the reports of the four-year institutions were satisfactory, although they varied in quality and completeness.
Details on the composition of the program review team, procedures to follow, report format, availability of data, and time lines are described.
The document discusses: (1) comprehensive self study participation, recruitment, preparation, and resources; (2) self study report format, content, and submission; (3) commission standards for institutional mission, integrity, effectiveness, programs, student support, learning resources, faculty and staff, finances, and governance; (4) the evaluation site visit; and (5) reports to the Commission, including midterm, annual, interim substantive change, and show-cause reports.