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- adjective Not
- adjective finance Not directly related to the
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- adjective not involving financial matters
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Basically, that would be accomplished in the bill by exempting from the derivatives exchange any biolateral contract to which a "nonfinancial" institution, but one actually producing a commodity or service, was an "end-user" party.
The domestic nonfinancial sector drove most of the growth, as financial profits declined.
Bond issuance by nonfinancial U.S. companies set a record this week, data provider Dealogic said, as corporate borrowers raced to take advantage of low rates before the Federal Reserve withdraws its support for financial markets in June.
The Index includes 100 of the largest domestic and international nonfinancial companies on the Nasdaq, in terms of market capitalization.
The banking regulator plans to ask nonfinancial contract underwriters to deposit with the buyer at least 50% of the notional amount of a contract as collateral if the credit protection is bought by a bank, according to the draft rules.
Natixis economist Camille de Williencourt said the 0.3% decline in investment from nonfinancial companies reported in Tuesday's GDP figure is a worrying sign.
The tie-up is crucial to JAL's rebuilding efforts, with the carrier having filed for Japan's biggest nonfinancial bankruptcy protection in 2010.
However, households and nonfinancial corporations have improved their financial position by rebalancing portfolios towards less risky assets.
As of the third quarter, nonfinancial businesses in the U.S. held $2.1 trillion in cash and other liquid assets, according to the Federal Reserve, up 129% from 10 years earlier.
Ms. Bair has said she plans to write a book, serve on the boards of nonfinancial companies and spend time with her family.