AMF. William S. Harley was 21 when he first designed an engine to be attached to a bicycle in 1901.
Reset Frequency. The floating rate can change several times in a year.
March, 1933. President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared a bank holiday beginning March 5, 1933; many insolvent banks were permanently closed after this.
21st Century Fox. Key assets acquired by Disney in the Fox deal include 20th Century Fox Films, Fox Television Group including FX, and a 30% share in Hulu.
Preacher. Being a preacher requires no formal training.
Japan. A Sushi Bond is a bond that is not denominated in yen and is issued in any market by a Japanese financial institution.
Net Sales. Net sales is gross sales reduced by customer discounts, returns, freight out and allowances.
Cox Enterprises. Barbara Cox Anthony, ranked 17th on "Forbes 2006 Rich List", calls Honolulu, Hawaii home.
Butcher. The first butcher guilds were formed in England around 1272.
Pit. A pit is a specific area designed for the trading of commodities, individual futures, or option contracts.
Sears. Sears first issued stock to the public in 1906.
Larry Flynt. Larry Flynt was paralyzed from the waist down by injuries sustained in a 1978 assassination attempt.
Candy. Jacqueline Mars ranked 22nd on "Forbes" 2006 Rich List was 67 years old in 2006 and was worth $10.5 billion.
Netherlands. DSM employs about 22,000 people on five continents.
1970. The Nautilus made fitness guru Arthur Jones a multimillionaire.
Movies And Music. David Geffen ranked 50th on "Forbes" 2006 Rich List calls Malibu, CA home and was worth $4.6 billion.
Multinational Corporation. The NYSE merged with Deutsche Boerse on February 15, 2011.
1775. "Every Man His Own Broker" by Thomas Mortimer is the first known formal use of the financial terms "Bull" and "Bear".
Bank Of New York. The trading symbol for the Bank of New York is BK.
Money Rate Of Return. The NYSE is located at 11 Wall Street in Lower Manhattan.