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  • n. Plural form of P.


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  • When picking yourself up after missing a goal, there are five basic tools -- the "5 P's" -- you'll want to use to improve the odds of victory on your next attempt: 1. Passion -- You've got to want the goal badly enough that you won't allow yourself to become discouraged when the finish line proves hard to reach.

    Pamela Yellen: The "5 P's" of Successful Goal Setting

  • The cut makes Greece the lowest rated country in S&P's universe, below that of Jamaica, Pakistan and Fiji, and below Argentina and Ecuador, which have recently defaulted on their debt.

    Greek Debt Hits a New Low

  • Swiss Re said the ratings outlook revision "is a strong signal," reflecting S & P's view that Swiss Re's financial strength has recovered considerably, thanks primarily to the speed and effectiveness of the company's de-risking measures and the resilience of its franchise.

    Swiss Re to Repay Buffett Bond

  • What-ever P's reasons are, at least to this point, she appears to be on our team.

    Nancy Pelosi and the AWB

  • S&P's Tuesday report says Dodd-Frank, which was passed a year ago next week, did reduce the likelihood of government support by boosting bank capital levels and reducing bank risk.

    S&P: Extraordinary Support Still Possible for Banks

  • It hasn't been steeper since January 2009; over the course of that year the index returned 58.9%, more than double the S&P's 26.5%.

    Why China Looks Like a Buy

  • I began regurgitating everything that I could remember onto the paper in front of me: The five P's or was it six?

    The Beginning

  • Receiving much less attention was S&P's Tuesday announcement.

    Pudd'nhead Wilson in Washington

  • J-Trust said it believed its submitted price of ¥31 billion is among the highest and higher than A&P's bid.

    Takefuji Bondholders Seek Disclosure in Sale Process

  • Stocks rebounded on robust corporate-earnings reports after a shaky start to the week caused by S&P's warning on U.S. debt; the Dow industrials ended the holiday-shortened week up 1.3% at 12505.99.

    U.S. Drones Go to Libya; Phones Track Users


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