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- abbr. antilock braking system
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- Anti-lock braking system.
- Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene.
- All-black stuff, i.e., acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, referring to the black color of the waste water plumbing pipes composed of this plastic.
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We think as investors continue to see the performance in our private credit portfolio and better understand this asset class that we would have the ability to access the term ABS market for private credit at least for the AAA bonds in an unsupported manner later in the year.
We utilize two primary funding sources for CAF, our warehouse facility and the term ABS market.
And so ABS is surprised that DNV has received the contract to do this work.
Waynesboro-based Ntelos, which offers the same services as Sprint and ABS, is now trading at $1.60 a share, down from its 52-week high of $31.09.
In fact, local sales manager Tom Thompson says ABS is profitable in Virginia.
Excluding principal payments from short-term ABS investments, Volta's assets have generated the equivalent of €1. 9m of cash flows in May 2010 (non-euro amounts converted into euro using end-of-month cross currency rates) bringing the total cash generated during the last six months to €9. 6m.
We have about $600 million of domestic term ABS maturities in 2011, and we will probably look to opportunistically tap the
The Wall Street Journal reports that label ABS by Allen Schwartz is rushing to create dresses inspired by Michelle Obama's inauguration day ensembles ...
Existing and future term ABS transaction will now be consolidated under FAS 167 which allows for but does not require restatement of prior year results.
Golik says if Adelphia Communications files for bankruptcy, it won’t affect ABS at all – especially since ABS is already in Chapter 11.