banking vocabulary Flashcards

Deposit account
Terms Definitions
MUDAH
EASY
Account
Kouza
DALAM NEGRI
DOMESTIC
boss
el jefe
SALDO AWAL
BEGGINING BALANCE
interest
interés o rédito
mortgage
prêt pour une maison
balance
amount of money in account
to solve problems
resolver los problemas
niche market
target particular customers indefined locations or by particular service
Coins
metal money: penny,nickel, dime, and quarter
to pay cash
pagar en efectivo/al contado
transaction
an activity that charges your account balance
Macrohedges
A hedge strategy designed to reduce risk associated with a bank's entire balance sheet position
add
to total the numbers given. Deposits are always added.

A bajada is

an elongate wedge of sediment at the base of a mountain range that forms from the merger of adjacent alluvial fans
Liquidity
the ease with which one can exchange assets for cash, other assets, or goods and services
depository intermediary
those that obtain funds from the public and use them to finance their business
Online Banking
Using the Internet and a bank's website to keep track of bank accounts, moving money from from one account to another , and paying bills.
debit card
a card (usually plastic) that enables the holder to withdraw money or to have the cost of purchases charged directly to the holder's bank account
Receipt
a piece of paper tha lists money activity
W-4 Forms
tells your employer how you want with holdings
Joint Account
An account owned by two or more people.
insufficient funds
This is the situation where a person does not have enough money in the bank to cover the amount of a check or checks he has written. This is illegal and could cost the person a lot of money and possibly jail time.
Unsecured loan
loan backed by only the reputation and creditworthiness of the borrower
Money Order
a check drawn on an agency’s or bank’s own account by an authorized officer of that agency or bank
summit
the highest point or part, as of a hill, a line of travel, or any object; top; apex.
checking account
This is a bank account in which you deposit money. You may withdraw money by writing a check, using an ATM card, or by going to a bank branch in person.
Southern vs. Western vs. Northern vs. Southwestern Bots
Southern= DNANorthern=mRNAWestern = proteinSouthwestern= protein that is bound to DNA (transcription factors, nucleases, histones, etc)
stop payment order
is a reques that and institution not a cash check
certificate of deposit (CD)
is a time deposit that requires you to leave money in a financial institution for a set amount of time
What is the main mechanism of excess copper removal in the healthy human body?
Overview: absorbed copper is used to form ceruplasmin, which accounts for 90-95% of circulating copperSenescent ceruplasmin and unabsorbed copper are secreted into bile and excreted in stool, which is the primary route of copper elimination.
branch
agence
pribadi
personal, individual
hệ thống
system
to overdraw
sobregirarse
deposit
to put in
Paper Currency
(O) Satsu/Shiei
to worry about
preocuparse por
savings account
la cuenta de ahorros
Information
facts about borrowers and about expectations of returns on financial assets.
Savings Accounts
Small denomination account (under 100,000) with no fixed maturity

The highest recorded temperature on Earth was in a

low-latitude, low-elevation desert in Libya
Exchanges
auction markets at which buyers and sellers of securities trade, such as the New York and American Stock Exchanges.
Retail Bank
an institution developed to help individuals who are not served by commercial banks
Retail funding
Funding the bank receives from consumers and non-institutional depositors. Retail funding generally consists of deposit accounts such as transactions accounts, money market demand accounts (MMDAa), savings accounts, and small time deposits
Cash
money ib tge form of colored bills
liquid
composed of molecules that move freely among themselves but do not tend to separate like those of gases; neither gaseous nor solid.
Rate Of Return
% of increase value from interest
capital market
the market in which longer-term debt and equit instruments are traded
Modified Duration
Macaulay's duration divided by 1 plus the prevailing interest rate on the underlying instrument
A 55-year-old woman with type 2 diabetes seeks treatment from her primary care physician for painful, burning urination. She is given a course of ampicillin, but returns to her physician a week later with complaints of fever and flank pain. At the time of
lipid A
A 55-year-old woman with type 2 diabetes seeks treatment from her primary care physician for painful, burning urination. She is given a course of ampicillin, but returns to her physician a week later with complaints of fever and flank pain. At the time of
( Microbiology General Principles, 54%): Septic shock is a feared, potentially fatal complication of systemic infections by a wide variety of gram-negaitve organisms. The primary toxic agent is the lipopolysaccharide in the gram-negative bacterial celll wall. Further, it has been established that the most toxic part of the lipopolysaccharide is lipid A. Biochemically, lipid A consists of a backbone of alternating heptose and phosphate groups linked through 2-keto-3 deoxyoctonic acid (KDO) to lipid. The pathophysiologic effects of lipopolysaccharide are related to triggering release of potent cytokines (IL-1, TNF) and activation of complement and coagulation cascades. *Common core polysaccharide is a portion of the lipopolysaccharide that is the same in all gram-negative bacteria. *Lecithinase is an enzyme produced by Clostridium perfringens that damages cell membranes. *O-SPECIFIC POLYSACCHARIDE IS A PORTION OF THE LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE THAT INDUCES SPECIFIC IMMUNITY. *Peptidoglycan is found in both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, and can be indirectly linked to lipopolysaccharide.
Passbook
A booklet given by the bank to the depositor to record deposits, withdrawals, and interest earned on a savings account.
foreign bonds
sold in a foreign country and are denominated in that country's currency
Jump Rate CDs
The depositor has a one-time option until maturity to change the rate to the prevailing market rate. These attract funds when rates are expected rise, but only a few individuals exercise the option
Check
a printed form that you fill out to take money out of your checking account to pay for something
Acute Hepatitis by HAV: histo features?
hepatocyte ballooning and apoptosis.
Fractional reserve system
practice of reserving only part of a deposited quantity
A 9-month-old infant is brought to the Health Department to receive the second dose of OPV (ORAL POLIO VACCINE), 2 weeks after the first vaccination. The child has mild diarrhea, so the decision is made to defer further immunizations. Bacteriologic examin
poliovirus
A 9-month-old infant is brought to the Health Department to receive the second dose of OPV (ORAL POLIO VACCINE), 2 weeks after the first vaccination. The child has mild diarrhea, so the decision is made to defer further immunizations. Bacteriologic examin
(Microbiology Multisystem, 44%): Poliovirus, which is a single-stranded +RNA virus, is naked (i.e., non-enveloped) and hence will not be inactivated by lipid solvents such as ether. The live virus vaccine had colonized the intestinal tract of the infant and was still being shed 2 weeks after the earlier oral dose. This same virus, the vaccine strain, is likely to be found in sewage, as all vaccinated infants will shed virus for a period of time after immunization with OPV. *Adenoviruses and parvovirus B19 may also cause diarrheal disease and both are non-enveloped; however, they both have a DNA genome. *Hepatitis C is an enveloped, single-stranded +RNA virus; its major target organ is the liver; not the intestinal tract. It is a fragile agent that does not survive well outside the body and would not be isolated from raw sewage effluent. *ROTA VIRUS IS THE MAJOR CAUSE OF DIARRHEAL DISEASE IN INFANTS UNDER THE AGE OF 2 YEARS. IT IS A MEMBER OF THE REOVIRUS FAMILY AND, AS SUCH, IS DOUBLE-STRANDED. THIS VIRUS CAUSES HOSPITALIZATION OF 30% TO 40% OF THE INFECTED INFANTS AND KILLS HUNDRES OF THOUSANDS OF INFANTS IN DEVELOPING NATIONS WHERE ACCESS TO HOSPITALS IS NOT READILY AVAILABLE. THERAPY FOR THE WATERY DIARRHEA PRODUCED BY THIS AGENT IS FLUID AND ELECTROLYTE REPLACEMENT.
Safety deposit Box
a box in the bank you may keep important papers and other valuables by paying a yearly charge.
A neonate is born at term with multiple problems. He is small for gestational age and has cataracts, hepatosplenomegaly, and thrombocytopenia with purpura. Further studies demonstrate patent ductus arteriosus, bone lucency, pneumonia, and meningoencephali
congenital rubella
A neonate is born at term with multiple problems. He is small for gestational age and has cataracts, hepatosplenomegaly, and thrombocytopenia with purpura. Further studies demonstrate patent ductus arteriosus, bone lucency, pneumonia, and meningoencephali
(Microbiology Multisystem, 75%): The rubella virus is one of the causes of devastating prenatal infection. In adults and older children, the virus can cause aymptomatic infection or a relatively mild febrile illness (German measles) with upper respiratory symptoms, lymphadenopathy, maculopapular rash, and sometimes joint symptoms. The effects on the fetus range from apparently asymptomatic infection to multiple anomalies to death in utero. Among the more common abnormalities are intrauterine growth retardation, involvement of the senses and nervous system (e.g., meningoencephalitis, cataracts, retinopathy, hearing loss), cardiac involvement (e.g., patent ductus arteriosus, pulmonary arterial hypoplasia), hepatosplenomegaly, purpura (due to thrombocytopenia), blush red skin lesions (secondary to dermal erythropoiesis), and pneumonia. Apparently, asymptomatic babies should be monitored for subsequent development of hearing loss, mental retardation, endocrinopathies, and (rarely) progressive encephalitis. Treatment is supportive, as no specific antibiral therapy is available for this infection. The rubella vaccine should be given to women of childbearing age who are not pregnant at the time. *CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTIONS CAN CAUSE AYMPTOMATIC TO DEVASTATING DISEASE IN NEWBORNS; LOOK FOR PERIVENTRICULAR CALCIFICATIONS AND MOTHERS WITH A FLU-LIKE ILLNESS. *Congenital syphilis can cause devastating disease in newborns and can occur in early forms (look for the rash of secondary syphilis) or late forms (look for bone and teeth abnormalities). *Congenital toxoplasmosis can produce devastating infection in newborns; look for a maternal history of cleaning cat litter boxes. *Neonatal listeriosis can produce devastating infection in newborns; look for murky brown amniotic fluid secondary to amnionitis.
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