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  • The company has used hedges to reduce possible losses from troubles in Europe, improved the credit quality of its municipal-debt holdings and increased investments in what it calls "high-quality" corporate debt by $8.9 billion.

    Hartford Sees Capital Cushion Under 'Stress Scenario'

  • Instead, researchers examined data from a group of previously conducted observational studies, which they described as a high-quality method of gathering information about the effects of NSAIDs on patients over time.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • So with that being said, the key metrics that we look at really are the number of assignments, submittals and fill rates, and that is particularly for what we call the high-quality assignments that we pay orders.

  • What is this assessment based upon e.g., long-term high-quality service; long standing personal relationships; brand name; ability to react quickly to problem situations?

    KEY ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING

  • Today, on a combined basis, our Northeast and Liberty segments have processing capacity in excess of 1 billion cubic feet per day and fractionation capacity of nearly 85,000 barrels per day, essentially all of which is supported by long-term high-quality contracts.

  • The tryptophan needed to produce serotonin must be provided by what you eat, namely high-quality proteins.

    SO STRESSED

  • I never again listened to those who advocated riding out the storm in so-called high-quality stocks.

    Jim Cramer's Real Money

  • For years, it had been known as a high-quality, custom-made, premium-priced manufacturer; Bob Furz was convinced that a higher-volume, discount approach offered superior potential in a changed environment.

    The Manager as Negotiator Bargaining for Cooperation and Competitive Gain

  • The counterfeit cards, which the police commissioner, Raymond W. Kelly, described as high-quality duplicates, were used by "shoppers" associated with the ring to make purchases at high-end retailers like Bergdorf Goodman, Burberry and Chanel, in places as far away as Boston, Chicago and Florida.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The Gap chain strayed from what it was best known for, namely high-quality jeans and casual clothes with an American aesthetic, and must go back to what initially made it successful, the head of Gap North America told Reuters at the company's design center in Manhattan.

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