- n. Plural form of allocation.
“(B) The data in the graph are projected state deficits and estimated state allocations from the two funds.”
“However, it is fought over by the City of Seattle because it also requires them giving up certain allocations that are given to them by the state legislature by redirecting them to King County.”
“While many target-date funds have the latitude to deviate from their long-term allocations by a couple of percentage points, AllianceBernstein LP can scale back its equity positions by up to 20 percentage points when stocks turn volatile or expensive.”
“Mike Evans of law firm Webber Wentzel Bowens (WWB), who acted for a number of the respondents, including I&J and Sea Harvest, said: "This is a very positive development for the fishing industry as it confirms the long term allocations, thus allowing companies to plan their resources better over the long term.”
“Use of Student Achievement Fund allocations is limited to the eligible uses specified in I-728, but these are really quite broad.”
“But that doesn't mean investors shouldn't rethink their long-term allocations, and possibly take the opportunity to increase their bond holdings.”
“Though few financial advisers recommend long-term allocations to such narrow market slices, new specialty ETFs attracted $7.7 billion in assets last year.”
“These jokers don't really have a concern about long-term allocations of funds.”
“National Treasury and more effectively shape the medium-term allocations, he said.”
“Long-term allocations were based on still broader estimates of demand.”
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