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NOP

(NO oPeration) See no-op.

NOP

Abbr. for “not otherwise provided for.”
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Nick Moon, managing director of GfK NOP Social Research, said: "The index's one point rise this month is not statistically significant, but it is psychologically important.
The new NOP poll shows that disapproval of the race is greatest among the youngest age category polled - the 16-24-year-olds.
Market research group GfK NOP said all five of the measures of consumer confidence it tracks dropped during the month, with people feeling most pessimistic about the state of their own finances.
Department of Agriculture (USDA) NOP Crops Standards.
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The Gfk NOP Consumer Confidence Index increased this month by four points to minus 18 - the first time Gfk NOP saw an increase since February.
The Gfk NOP Consumer Confidence Index increased this month by four points to minus 18 -the first time Gfk NOP saw an increase since February.
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