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An arbitrageur, one who purchases securities with the goal of selling them for a profit in a different market. I thought I would make a lot of money as an arb, but it hasn't worked out that way so far.

arb

(ɑrb)
n. an arbitrageur; a market speculator. (Securities markets.) I wanted to be an arb, but it takes about forty million to get in the door.
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As we continue our analysis of this situation to better understand the root causes, we're learning more about how nitrosamine impurities may have formed and been present in ARBs. Through each step of our investigation, we've uncovered new information and taken a number of actions, including regulatory and advisory actions, where appropriate, to prevent the presence of unacceptable levels of these impurities.
The next phase, he said, would be for the government to render support services to ARBs through the provision of capability development training and common service facilities, with a vision to optimize the potential to market their produce to the public.
2 = 5.432, P = 0.019) decreases in eGFR were significantly higher in the ARB group than in the DPP4i + ARB group [Figure 3].
ARB's Support Rating (SR) and SRF reflect Fitch's view of an extremely high probability of support for ARB, if needed, from the Saudi authorities.
The judge said that ARB's case, denied by R, was that the form was not signed by him and must have been forged by R, as their relationship had irretrievably broken down and she had moved out of the house they were sharing.
All claims data of hypertensive patients who were registered members of the participating medical scheme and received either an ACEI or an ARB in their hypertensive treatment regimen were included.
The NEPHRON-D study results demonstrating no benefits but increased risk with combination therapy asked the question, 'Is this the end of combination therapy with ACE and ARB?' The answer is yes."
Qatari Shari'ah-compliant bank Masraf Al Rayan (MAR) has launched Al Rayan Financial Brokerage Company (ARB), a operating under the Qatar Financial Market Authority (QFMA), and member of Qatar Exchange.
Donaldson Company, a worldwide manufacturer of filtration systems and parts, announced that the company received Level 3 Plus conditional verification by the California Air Resources Board (ARB) in October 2011 for an off-road emissions retrofit device.
ACA and its Spray Paint Manufacturers Committee submitted comments on October 24 to California's Air Resources Board (ARB) on its preliminary data summaries for aerosol coatings and aerosol adhesives.
"Based on our review and analysis of all currently available data regarding this potential safety signal, FDA has concluded that treatment with an ARB medication does not increase the risk of cancer," the agency said in a drug safety communication issued June 2.
A: A recent meta-analysis (a statistical method that combines results from multiple similar studies) concluded that ARB drugs prescribed for high blood pressure, heart failure, and other heart problems were associated with a modestly increased risk of cancer.
In five trials in which data on new cancer occurrence was included, the cancer rate overall was higher in the ARB groups of patients than in the control groups.