nondiscretionary love



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  • adj. Not discretionary; thus, frequently, mandatory
  • adj. Of or pertaining to non-discretionary spending


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non- +‎ discretionary


  • Another proposal would scale back the federal government's legal obligation to police state mining agencies, by reclassifying certain duties from "nondiscretionary" to

    Fabius Maximus

  • With regard to investment advisory services, HSBC Bank Canada will refer clients with nondiscretionary full-service retail brokerage needs to National Bank, and HSBC and National Bank will also be able to serve financial needs of mutual clients, HSBC said in a statement.

    National Bank of Canada to Buy HSBC Unit

  • This lawsuit relates to a nondiscretionary advisory business, where Ivy provided information to professional investment advisers, who in turn chose how to use that information and how and where to invest their clients 'assets, an Ivy spokesman said.

    Madoff Feeder Funds Sued

  • Firm by Firm: Overall rankings "I can pick anything, but right now I believe it's beneficial for investors to be in companies that provide vital services because they are nondiscretionary, and the economy plays a less important role."

    Health-Care Providers

  • Fuel-price rises have started to eat into even nondiscretionary spending habits, with Sainsbury reporting lower-than-expected sales last week.

    Dixons Sounds Alarm for U.K. Retailers

  • For one thing, the economy has clearly slowed, and rising nondiscretionary costs over the past several months have pressured the consumer which generates the majority of U.S. growth.

    Wall Street May Be Wearing Rose-Colored Glasses—Again

  • There is no such thing as "mandatory" or "nondiscretionary" spending in the federal budget " Big Role for Tax Increases Fuels Criticism From Business Groups ," The Obama Budget Proposal, Feb. 15.

    There Really Is No Mandatory Spending

  • As a tax attorney and formerly a regulatory attorney in Washington, DC, I see what is coming, and that is the regulation and reduction of any business with a significant consumer nondiscretionary presence into a form of public agency.

    Obama takes on criticism of proposed new agency

  • By official classification, something over 60% of the budget is nondiscretionary defense is included as discretionary for these purposes.

    L. Randall Wray: Deficit Impasse: What Should We Cut?

  • Visa also benefits from its larger market share in debit cards, which are used more frequently than credit cards for nondiscretionary expenses such as groceries or gasoline.

    Visa Net Climbs 33% As Spending Picks Up


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